European Union Short Film Festival
Screening Dates
  • May 23, 2019 6:30
Free Admission

These shorts deal, in one fashion or another, with life’s constant changes, whether you’re young, old, or in between.

Running Lights • Ged Sia • Lithuania 2017 • 11 min. The cycles of life and death are always bound together in this vivid animated meditation on life, death, and rebirth.

Late Afternoon • Louise Bagnall • Ireland 2017 • 9 min. A mother and daughter’s relationship stretches across time.

Latvietis • Janis Cimermanis • Latvia 2009 • 9 min. The panorama of historical change and repetition takes us from the 13th century to the present. Plus ça change, plus c’est la meme chose!

Fishing • Jan Citkovic • Slovenia 2016 • 7 min. An elderly couple fishing by a riverbank muse on the passage of time.

The Ceiling • Teppo Aeraksinen • Finland 2017 • 14 min. In the midst of divorce, Olavi retreats to his summer cottage only to find that the ceiling has mysteriously come down.

Damn Girl • Kira Richards Hansen • Denmark 2012 • 13 min. The coming of age story about Alex, a 12-year old tomboy. Hanging out with a group of only boys, she is soon confronted with her own body’s changes.

Catherine • Britt Raes • Belgium 2016 • 11 min. As she gets older, Catherine’s strange relationship with her pets takes her life in unexpected directions.

Awaker • Filip Diviak • Czech Republic 2014 • 10 min. Set in a cold Nordic country in the early 19th century, this animation tells the tale of an old man who works as an awaker, waking people up. His life is always the same—until one day he gets a shiny old bell.

Flimflam • Marco Belic • Croatia 2018 • 8 min. This is a story about the encounter between two individuals inside an imaginary world. One longs for company, and is soon rewarded with the arrival of a stranger.

Yawth • Lida Vartzioti, Dmitris Tsakaleas • Greece 2018 • 10 min. A witty satire on love and relationships in the age of the ubiquitous cell phone.


O! Fortuna! (Karin Berger, 2017) will unfortunately no longer screen.

Feature Image: Damn Girl (Kira Richards Hansen, 2012)