Go Short Arnhem will once again descend on Rozet Arnhem during the festival. Spread throughout the building, we screen five highlights from the past few years, from local makers to Oscar winners. Watch a preview of Go Short Arnhem and get inspired by the best short films!
Quita Felix | Netherlands| 2022 | 5’
The lives of three colourful apartment dwellers get shaken up when one of them loses his tap dance shoe. The unfortunate tap dancer begins a quest to find his missing shoe, but his chaotic search does not go unnoticed. He leaves his mark in the apartment building in sound as well as in the design. Slowly but surely connections start to form between the various spaces and characters.
An Irisch Goodbye
Ross White, Tom Berkeley | Ireland, Great-Britain | 2021| 23’
Set against the backdrop of a working farm in rural Northern Ireland, An Irish Goodbye is a black comedy following the reunion of estranged brothers Turlough and Lorcan following the untimely death of their mother. Turlough must now make care arrangements for Lorcan, who has Down Syndrome, but his plans are interrupted when Lorcan discovers their late mother’s unfulfilled bucket list.
Diana Cam Van Nguyen | Czech Republic, Slovakia | 2021 | 12’
Diana writes a letter to her father, who has left her and her mother when she was a child in order to have a family with a son. During this process she finds letters full of love her dad wrote to her, years ago.
Charlie Shackleton ( Filmmaker in Focus Go Short #15) | Great-Britain | 2017 |13’
Sometime in the 1980s, Caspar Salmon’s grandmother was invited to a gathering on the Welsh island of Anglesey, attended exclusively by people with fish surnames. Or so he says. Thirty years later, filmmaker Charlie Shackleton attempts to sort myth from reality.
Sebastian Mulder ( Winner of De Gouden Hert non-fictie 2021) | Netherlands | 2021 | 24’
A wolf walks from Germany to Belgium, monitored through GPS. The first wolf in Belgium in a century, she makes headlines; then suddenly vanishes from the human gaze. This voyeuristic collage of found footage from wildlife and surveillance cameras explores and questions the relationships between humans and an iconic wild animal.