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You can buy your tickets now! A competition full of talent, a 360º VR cinema on our festival ground, a Late Night serie, the poetic Eva Weber and the hilarious Patrik Eklund as our special guests and mány more extra’s, make the city of Nijmegen thé international short film hotspot. Catch more than 300 shorts with the biggest ideas on the big screen from 11 until 15 April.
Buy the tickets for the screenings you do not want to miss out on online or at LUX’s box office. To make choosing from our huge program a bit easier, actress/ Cinetree founder Hanna Verboom, TV presenter/jury member Tim den Besten and festival director Kirsten Ruber created a shortcut with their favorites. A Shortcut gives you access to three screenings of your own choice with € 7,50 discount. If you want to enjoy unlimited access during the full five days, go for a Go Festival Pas.
360º VR cinema
A big white, energy neutral dome will adorn our festival ground this year. In front of cinema LUX a 360º VR cinema will open with groundbreaking and award-winning Virtual Reality shorts. In collaboration with project MIR, you can already check out several art installations the weekend before Go Short, with among others movies that are shown with the help of a potato generator. From Wednesday 11 April the dome will screen VR shorts and the phenomen VR will be explored from different perspectives.
Each night of the festival there is an exciting evening program. In these Late Night series you can see among others 100 films in 100 minutes. On Friday the 13th frightening horror shorts will cause some sleepless nights. Weird, over the top animation and an explicit short film program about feminity and the vagina are completing this serie.
The young and the old
Since the beginning Go Short supports young and new talent. However, this year we will focus on some extra young and extra old film lovers too. For the first time we’ll have a MovieZone Talent Day on Saturday 14 april: a day full of workshops and meetings with filmprofessionals for the young filmmakers to be. For young, ambitious film journalists we are organizing the NISA MASA Film Journalism workshop. Next to these youngsters, the elderly are invited to Go Short as well. In collaboration with Club Goud elderly people will meet a new generation of student filmmakers and watch their films.
The complete program and tickets can be found here.