Shorts 5: Tell Me a Story
Four engaging stories about brotherly devotion, lost shoes, and strangely ambitious employees that take us from mundane offices to the holy mountains of Tibet. Featuring Timecode, winner of the prestigious Palme d’Or for Short Film in 2016 at the Festival de Cannes and nominated for an Academy Award.
Saturday, October 13, 8:45 PM
2781 24th Street, San Francisco
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(Spain, 2016) 15:00
Director: Juanjo Giménez
Choreographer: Lali Ayguadé
Luna and Diego work as security officers in a parking lot. When Luna discovers Diego’s secret their work gets a whole new dimension. Winner of the 2016 Palme d’Or for Best Short and Oscar nomination in 2017.
(USA, 2018) 16:14
Director: Sophia Conger
Choreographer: Elisabet Aguilera, Jose Moreno
Paloma tells the story of a woman who has lost her creative self. But through a small transformative act, she recognizes that she is still a woman, dancer and mother.
(Japan/Australia, 2018) 23:10
Director: Nathan Smith & Max Pollard
Choreographer: Nathan Smith
Based on the classic Japanese novel Botchan. A group of Japanese business people attend a weekend retreat only to find they must battle through challenges not only to receive a promotion, but to survive.
(China, 2018) 15:49
Director: Chenglong Tang
Choreographer: Chenglong Tang
Gatha tells the story of two Tibetan brothers’ prostrating pilgrimage to Mount Kangrinboqe, or Mount Kailash, where the elder brother unfortunately died on the road.