Worldwide short films, part 1

Worldwide short films, part 1

About the film

“Welcome home” directed by Armita Keyani

Set in the North of Norway, an Iranian refugee couple invite two Jehovah’s Witnesses in when they knock on their door.




“Mike’s” directed by Lukas Leitner

During their nightshift two policemen stop at a gas station to take a coffee brake – but something seems weird…




“Mother” directed by Piotrek Golebiowski

The film is inspired by true events which took place at the turn of 1943/1944 in the town of Legionowo, near Warsaw. Nazi German officers: Spiller (Marek Wlodarczyk), Rode (Lukasz Matecki) and Klingemann (Jaroslaw Domin) decide to seize a house where the Pelka family of four live. The four members of the family are Otylia (Dorota Kuduk), Czesław (Jakub Kotynski) and two little daughters called Terenia (Zuzanna Nowocien) and Jania (Martyna Fabijanska). From that moment on the life of the Pelka family starts hanging by a thread.

“Rat” directed by Eray Ismailov

The everyday routine of a man shifts by a quiet interaction with an unexpected house guest – a rat, whose existence, he realises, mirrors his own.



“Unforgotten” directed by Alexander Wilson-Flynn

An elderly man near the end of his life passes lonely days in an old folk’s home writing letters to an old friend. But the arrival of a new occupant in the home reopens doors to the past and changes everything.



“Deleted Scene” directed by Nicolò Tagliabue

The next clash with his father leads Ludo to give up everything to devote himself to what he has always wanted: to make a movie.



“Duwende” directed by Odin B. Fernandez

In rural Philippines, a local man searches for his missing daughter while his wife believes she was taken by the mythical duwende.

Screenings of Worldwide short films, part 1