Foreign Short Films

Foreign Short Films Screened at the Trial EIFF

Millionaires (2013)

Millionaires 

Millionaires  is a short film by Stéphane Bergmans. All her life, Christian’s and Ludo’s mother has bet the same lottery numbers but has never won a penny. At her death, the two brothers decide to perpetuate the family tradition.

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Production: oriGine Films


Bar Talk (2014)

Bar Talk

Bar Talk, written by Joe R. Lansdale and directed by Lowell Northorp, is set in a dusty Texas bar. A chatty stranger insists on striking up a conversation with the man sitting next to him. The more this out-of-towner talks, the more obvious it is he’s not from ’round here. Heck, he’s not even from this planet!

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US Production


Where Were You When Michael Jackson Died? (2013)

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Where Were You When Michael Jackson Died? is a short film by Jean-Baptiste Pouilloux. Paris, a few days after the death of the King of Pop and a few days before Christmas, a chance encounter in the back seat of a taxi shakes up the lives of two strangers. They embark on an open eyes fantasy that leads them to imagine a future erotic encounter, and the disastrous consequences it may have on their lives. The film won the Stella di Capalbio Award for Best Actor and Actress and Capalbio LAB Award in 2014.

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French Production: Les Films Velvet


Bear (2013)

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In the film Bear, Jack has the perfect birthday surprise planned for Emelie. Sometimes, though, plans go horrifically wrong. Written by Nash Edgerton & David Michôd, directed by Nash Edgerton.

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Production: Blue Tongue Films


Trotteur (2011)

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A young man races a steam locomotive through the winter landscape of another time. But what is he running away from? Trotteur is a metaphorical tale of adversity about a young outcast who pits himself in a diabolical race against a merciless opponent: a raging locomotive. Directed by Arnaud Brisebois and Francis Leclerc.

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Production: Phi Films

 


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