SHOW ME SHORTS FILM FESTIVAL
Show Me Shorts is Aotearoa New Zealand’s leading international short film festival. This is a competitive Academy Awards-accredited festival that screens in cinemas nationwide each October. Our mission is to connect New Zealand audiences with short films and share New Zealand short films with the world. We celebrate the short film art form and champion short film makers! – Gina Dellabarca, MNZM
|MIN/SUN 6||20:30||UMA SEMINYAK|
|KAM/THU 10||21:15||MASH DENPASAR|
|Note:||WITA (+8 GMT)|
|NEW ZEALAND’S SHORTS PROGRAM | Duration: 77:41 | AGE RATING: 17+
Programmer: Gina Dellabarca, Festival Director and co-founder of Show Me Shorts in New Zealand.
Vice Chair of the Board for the world-wide Short Film Conference. – This vibrant collection of short films demonstrates the breadth of filmmaking talent in New Zealand. The films offer an insight into the concerns and preoccupations of Kiwis in a modern world. There is laughter and sadness, but most of all the ties of family and friendship that bind us all.
|MY FRIEND MICHAEL JONES
Ian Leaupepe, Samson Rambo / New Zealand / 2018 / / 15:00
MJ is a teenage boy with OCD living in Ōtara, New Zealand. An inspiring story of friendship that connects Pasifika culture, LGBTQI awareness, overcoming bullying and anxiety disorder
|THE WORLD IN YOUR WINDOW
Zoe McIntosh / New Zealand / 2017 / 14:55
Eight-year-old Jesse is stuck in a tiny caravan with his grief stricken father, until his accidental friendship with a V8- driving transsexual unlocks the means for their liberation.
|Pete Circuitt / New Zealand / 2018 / 10:01
Josh Thomson and Robyn Malcolm star in this buddy movie about a grown man, his imaginary friend, and his mum who are all having a particularly challenging day.
|Kyan Krumdieck / New Zealand / 2018 / 12:54
Grace must prove that her pray-away-the-gay dog therapy works by trying to ‘cure’ Fergis the pug of his homosexuality.
|SYBIL’S PSYCHIC HOTLINE
Grant Lahood / New Zealand / 2017 / / 07:21
In this dark comedy, Con decides that the perfect way to cheer up her depressed and bedridden partner Bella is to call a clairvoyant phone line.
Becs Arahanga / New Zealand / 2017 / 10:07
A happily married woman (Aidee Walker), with a busy family life, struggles to find an intimate moment with her partner. She discovers orgasmic pleasure in an unlikely place.