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Sundance Unveils 2015 Shorts Selections

December 10, 2014   ·   0 Comments

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The Sundance Film Festival has revealed the short film line-up for its 2015 event, taking place in Park City, Utah Jan. 22-Feb. 1. The Fest will run 60 shorts selected from over 8,000 submissions, and the program will include daylong short film production workshops. Visit sundance.org for more information.

Sundance: Animated Short Films

Bath House directed by Niki Lindroth von Bahr (Sweden)
Beach Flags by Sarah Saidan (France)
The Horse Raised by Spheres by David O’Reilly (U.S./Ireland)
Mynarski Death Plummet by Matthew Rankin (Canada)
OM Rider by Takeshi Murata (U.S.)
Palm Rot by Ryan Gillis (U.S.)
Storm Hits Jacket by Paul Cabon (France)
The Sun Like a Big Dark Animal by Christina Felisgrau & Ronnie Rivera (U.S.)
Symphony no. 42 by Reka Bucsi (Hungary)
Teeth by Daniel Gray & Tom Brown (U.K., U.S., Hungary)
Tupilaq by Jakob Maqe (Denmark)
Two Films About Loneliness by William Bishop-Stephens & Christopher Eales (U.K.)
World of Tomorrow by Don Hertzfeldt (U.S.)

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