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Screening Shorts: Time Is No Mistake

Thu 14 | 14:00 - 16:00 | HAU1

In cooperation with Berlinale Shorts and Berlinale Generation.

Manuel Abramovich, Zara Dwinger, Pham Ngoc Lan, Ariane Louis-Seize, Luca Tóth
moderated by Florian Weghorn

This programme features a selection of short films screened at the festival and made with the involvement of Talents alums. Berlinale Shorts is known for premiering bold approaches to the short form. Generation features a strong line-up for audiences of all ages. Don’t miss the films and the extended Q&A with the filmmakers after the screening.

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Manuel Abramovich

Manuel Abramovich is a director and cinematographer. His films have screened in Berlin, Venice, MoMA Doc Fortnight, IDFA and Cinéma du Réel, among others. His short LA REINA (2013) received more than 50 awards worldwide. SOLDADO (2017), his second feature, premiered at Berlinale Generation 2017 and was nominated for the Glashütte Original Documentary Award. His latest work BLUE BOY premieres at Berlinale Shorts 2019. He is a 2019 fellow of the DAAD Artists-in-Berlin Programme.
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Zara Dwinger

Born in Amsterdam, the Netherlands in 1990, Zara Dwinger studied anthropology, worked as an editor for an online magazine and did various film internships before graduating in fiction film direction from the Netherlands Film Academy. Her graduation film SIREN screened at over 35 festivals worldwide and won several awards. She is currently teaching at the Amsterdam Theatre School and the Amsterdam Film School whilst she develops new film projects.
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Pham Ngoc Lan

Pham Ngoc Lan studied urban planning at Hanoi Architectural University. His photographic and video work focuses on the influence of cityscapes on human relationships. His debut short THE STORY OF ONES screened at numerous festivals and art museums, including Visions du Réel and the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography. In 2015, he participated in the Short Film Station at Berlinale Talents. Alongside working on further shorts, he is currently developing his feature debut CU LI NEVER CRIES.
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Ariane Louis-Seize

Ariane Louis-Seize is a graduate of the National Institute of Image and Sound (INIS) in Montréal, Québec. Her directorial debut, the short film LA PEAU SAUVAGE from 2016, screened at over 50 festivals around the world and is showing at this year’s Berlinale Generation. She is currently writing the screenplay for her debut feature film.
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Luca Tóth

Born in 1989 in Hungary, Luca Tóth studied animation at the Moholy¬ Nagy School of Design (MOME) in Budapest and at the Royal College of Art in London. Her graduation short film THE AGE OF CURIOUS (2013) won an award in Annecy, and her first independent film, the Hungarian-Czech-Slovakian co-production SUPERBIA debuted at the Critics’ Week in Cannes as the only animation in competition. MR. MARE is showing at Berlinale Shorts 2019.
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Florian Weghorn

Florian Weghorn is the Programme Manager of Berlinale Talents. Together with Christine Tröstrum, he heads the initiative and advises its seven international offshoots and its alumni network. He holds an MA in Theatre, Film and Television Studies from the University of Cologne. He joined Berlinale Generation in 2002, serving as co-director and curator from 2008 to 2014, and is a member of the selection committee for the Berlinale Competition. He has written and edited several publications on film and youth culture.