Films

Late Night Comedy

Late Night Comedy

Cococo

Cococo

Costa Rica, 2017, Julian Gallese    
A farmer goes down to the town fair and returns home with a new pet.

Hot Dog Hands

Hot Dog Hands

United States, 2016, Matt Reynolds    
This woman can't stop growing fingers.

Cuckoo

Cuckoo, "Kuckuck"

Switzerland, 2017, Aline Höchli   
The skinny, young girl spends her time alone feeding pigeons in the park. But even they fly away from her. Suddenly, company turns up. But the beanpole feels uneasy about the new companionship, so she sets about going to a specialist for parasites.

Nou Nen feat.utae

Nou Nen feat.utae

Japan, 2015, Sawako Kabuki    
Ex-girlfriend & Internal cum & Emergency contraception & Man pained at the gap between ideals and reality.

Eden

Eden

France, 2017, Julie Caty   
E and A are bored to death in the Garden of Eden. One night, they run off in God's cabriolet. Early in the morning, God notices their absence. Furious, he summons Dinosaur, his henchman, and sends him to get the fugitives.

Happy End

Happy End

Czech Republic, 2016, Jan Saska    
A black comedy about death with a happy ending. A splendid chain of unlikely encounters. Hunters, a tractor driver, a disco boy, and a corpse.

Onion

Onion, "Onión"

Argentina, 2016, Juan Pablo Zaramella
Jessica assists a yoga class that may expand her universe in an extreme way.

The Plumber

The Plumber, "Le plombier"

Belgium, 2016, Méryl Fortunat-Rossi
Tom, a Flemish comedian who used to make cartoons character’s voices, replaces offhand a friend doubler. He finds himself in the studio of a pornographic frenchspeaking film. Catherine, an experienced actress, will be his partner. Tom will play the plumber.

Clanker Man

Clanker Man

United Kingdom, 2017, Ben Steiner
Reality doesn't happen by itself. Terry Lothian works tirelessly to maintain the background details that we all take for granted. But with his department feeling the pinch of austerity cutbacks, it's not just the fabric of reality that's starting to unravel.

Schedule

22.11.2017
21:45 - 23:23
Tallinn, 
Kino Sõprus
Screening code: 061703
Guests
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Screenings with guests might end later than expected.

Programme

Shorts No Limits

Film info

Duration: 78 minutes

Cococo

Cococo

Costa Rica, 2017, Julian Gallese    
A farmer goes down to the town fair and returns home with a new pet.

Hot Dog Hands

Hot Dog Hands

United States, 2016, Matt Reynolds    
This woman can't stop growing fingers.

Cuckoo

Cuckoo, "Kuckuck"

Switzerland, 2017, Aline Höchli   
The skinny, young girl spends her time alone feeding pigeons in the park. But even they fly away from her. Suddenly, company turns up. But the beanpole feels uneasy about the new companionship, so she sets about going to a specialist for parasites.

Nou Nen feat.utae

Nou Nen feat.utae

Japan, 2015, Sawako Kabuki    
Ex-girlfriend & Internal cum & Emergency contraception & Man pained at the gap between ideals and reality.

Eden

Eden

France, 2017, Julie Caty   
E and A are bored to death in the Garden of Eden. One night, they run off in God's cabriolet. Early in the morning, God notices their absence. Furious, he summons Dinosaur, his henchman, and sends him to get the fugitives.

Happy End

Happy End

Czech Republic, 2016, Jan Saska    
A black comedy about death with a happy ending. A splendid chain of unlikely encounters. Hunters, a tractor driver, a disco boy, and a corpse.

Onion

Onion, "Onión"

Argentina, 2016, Juan Pablo Zaramella
Jessica assists a yoga class that may expand her universe in an extreme way.

The Plumber

The Plumber, "Le plombier"

Belgium, 2016, Méryl Fortunat-Rossi
Tom, a Flemish comedian who used to make cartoons character’s voices, replaces offhand a friend doubler. He finds himself in the studio of a pornographic frenchspeaking film. Catherine, an experienced actress, will be his partner. Tom will play the plumber.

Clanker Man

Clanker Man

United Kingdom, 2017, Ben Steiner
Reality doesn't happen by itself. Terry Lothian works tirelessly to maintain the background details that we all take for granted. But with his department feeling the pinch of austerity cutbacks, it's not just the fabric of reality that's starting to unravel.