YARAT Contemporary Art Space Organization and Future Shorts Film Festival,
the largest international short film pop-up festival, announces the Summer Season 2013.
The screening will take place on 14th of September 2013 at the Green Theatre.
The world's largest short film festival covers 90 countries, 300 cities, 6 continents, 1,400 screenings.
In 10 years of showcasing electrifying short films and filmmakers from around the world in stunning venues, Future Shorts have built the world's largest community for short film fans - from Finland to Mexico.
The Future Shorts Summer Season 2013 includes 6 critically acclaimed short films sourced from around the world: Boneshaker (USA; 2012) by Frances Bodomo - a portrait of the struggles of an African family lost in America;
the award-winning La Huida (Spain; 2011) by Victor Carrey: a narrative puzzle, and the deconstruction of an event from a variety of prismatic viewpoints.
The Pirate of Love (Iceland; 2013) by Sara Gunnarsdottir, an animated feature about the outsider musician Daniel C.; The Hidden Smile (Spain; 2011) by Venture Durall which constructs a realistic tale on the values that flourish in a society formed by children; Irish Folk Furniture (Ireland; 2012) by Tony Donoghue, an animated documentary about traditional Irish furniture and winner at Sundance 2013 for Best Animation short film; and Volume (UK; 2012) by Mahalia Belo, about the mysterious disappearance of Georgina, from the perspective of her neighbour Sam./Trend/