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OSCAR SHORTS: LIVE ACTION

LIVE ACTION SHORTS (Running Time: 132 minutes)

Ennemis Interieurs – dir. Selim Aazzazi, France, 28 minutes
Silent Nights – dir. Aske Bang, Denmark, 30 minutes
Sing – dir. Kristof Deak, Hungary, 25 minutes
Timecode – dir. Juanjo Gimenez Pena, Spain, 15 minutes
La Femme et la TGV – dir. Timo von Gunten, Switzerland, 30 minutes

 

OSCAR SHORTS: ANIMATION

ANIMATED SHORTS (Running Time: 92 minutes)

Blind Vaysha – dir. Theodore Ushev, Canada, 8 minutes
Borrowed Time – dirs. Andrew Coats and Lou Hamou-Lhadj, USA, 7 minutes
Pearl – dir. Patrick Osborne, USA, 6 minutes
Piper – dir. Alan Barillaro, USA, 6 minutes
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The Head Vanishes (additional film) – 9 minutes
Indice 50 (additional film) – 5 minutes
Asteria

OSCAR SHORTS: DOC PROGRAM A

DOCUMENTARY SHORTS PROGRAM A (Running Time: 72 minutes)

Extremis – dir. Dan Krauss, USA, 24 minutes
4.1 Miles – dir. Daphne Matziaraki, USA, 22 minutes
Joe’s Violin – dir. Kahane Cooperman, USA, 24 minutes

 

OSCAR SHORTS: DOC PROGRAM B

DOCUMENTARY SHORTS PROGRAM B (Running Time 82 minutes)

Watani: My Homeland – dir. Marcel Mettelsiefen, 39 minutes
The White Helmets – dir. Orlando von Einsiedel, 41 minutes

THE DAUGHTER

After a fifteen-year absence, Christian (Paul Schneider) returns home to rural New South Wales for the marriage of his father, Henry (Geoffrey Rush), the wealthy owner of the local mill that's been the economic bedrock of the community for generations. Christian gets reacquainted with his old friend Oliver (Ewen Leslie) and finds himself drawn to Oliver's family, which includes wife Charlotte (Miranda

MR. GAGA

Tomer Heymann’s MR. GAGA is a unique documentary experience that tells thestory of the internationally acclaimed choreographer Ohad Naharin, who createdthe daring form of dance and “movement language” Gaga. When he was 22, hewas invited to perform with the prestigious Martha Graham dance company, andattended Juilliard and the School of American Ballet simultaneously. But Ohadwould not be happy until he

WOOLF WORKS BALLET (ROYAL OPERA HOUSE)

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26 11:15AM

Virginia Woolf defied the false order of narrative conventions to depict a heightened, startling and poignant reality. Woolf Works re-creates the synaesthetic collision of form and substance in her writings.
Each of the three acts springs from one of Woolf’s landmark novels: Mrs Dalloway, Orlando and The Waves – but these inspirations are also enmeshed with elements from