Encounters Short Film Festival 2015: Small Journeys

Encounters Short Film Festival 2015: Small Journeys
Encounters Short Film Festival 2015: Small Journeys

Year

2015

Duration

61 minutes

Genres

Short Films

Language

English / Greek (English subtitles)

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Into Film and Encounters Short Film Festival have teamed up to present a selection of great short films suitable for ages 14 - 16, all of which were programmed by young people at an Into Film workshop in June this year. Including animation, live action and documentary the films explore a variety of stories and issues relevant to teenagers. Touching on bullying at a Greek high school, brotherly love, and the inner thoughts of a young blind woman to imaginative animated tales of life after a tsunami, overcoming bad habits and even a toe-tapping journey through musical genres. This is an inspiring selection of short films for teens, chosen by teens. Films in this collection are: Slaves to the Rave, Proefhis Greek School Prayer, The Meek, Three Brothers, Tsunami, Exploring the Mind of Alexandra Mackie.

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This programme has not been certified by the BBFC. Into Film suggest it is engaging for ages 14-19. Please note some of the films contain moderate bad language.

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