6pm – 10pm Friday 26 March, 2021
$15 general admission, $13 concession
Join us for a night short films and live music on Friday 26 March. The 2021 Tuggeranong program is themed Culture and Identity.
Here’s a summary of the Tuggeranong program:
There are Voices out There – Music video local musician, Jess Green directed by Caroline Stacey and shot by Martin Ollman, vibrant and cool.
Home: a Meditation on Belonging – an achingly poignant reflection on leaving everything behind and starting again
Migrant – from the Schools/U18 category a very thoughtful look at loneliness and immigration
Quiet – an animation from Norway which depicts the pressure on children of growing up around alcoholic and depressed parents, well made and thought provoking
Identity = Us And Them: Formula For The End – A very short and innovative film which looks at nationalism, tribalism and identity
Malinchista – A first nations animation from Mexico with themes of feminist and linguistic cultural meanings
Bumper – one of the best international films this year, Bumper is a French comedy featuring a feisty grandmother who wants to get her licence
Getting out of line online – Local comedian, Chris Ryan has created an animated response to her time under a covid lockdown
My Path – a local story about going your own way
Adrian Sutherland – Politician Man – A music video from a Canadian first nations man, …..as the name implies it is a song condemning political posturing
Whiteface – Another very strong film, this one is partly clever theatrical dialogue, partly interpretive dance exploring attitudes to indigenous culture in Canada
Entangled – some light comic relief from an emerging Canberran filmmaker, what happens when you put your headphones away at night.
Mother Tongue – A young Chinese girl re connects with her parents language when she has to take her little sister to class.
244 years later – a 2 minute film, poetic and well made which looks at the history of the US in the context of BLM
The Size of Things – A cinematic, award winning, Columbian film, in a magic realist style, a young boy of poor family, finds a chair in the forest. A treat to end the evening.
The full program can be viewed online here: https://www.csff.com.au/program
Stay tuned for more information about the films and live band.
The Canberra Short Film Festival is entering it’s 26th year. This a competition-based festival, awarding filmmakers across nine categories and screening the best short flicks, from Australia, around the globe, and from across the Canberra region.
Tuggeranong Arts Centre
137 Reed Street, Greenway ACT