Shorts from Western Norway
Vestnorsk filmsenter and BIFF offer the public local productions that otherwise rarely are shown on the big screen. The filmmakers present and this is a unique opportunity to get to see the newest short films that the region has to offer.
COWBOY IN COLOR (Regi: Trygve Nielsen, 6 min)
In a black and white world a cowboy pulls colours out of his hat.
HAIKEREN (Regi: Anders Teig, 15 min)
An unexpected meeting between to lonely people a dark winter night.
BRØDRE (Regi: Tommy Næss, 12 min)
SNØ (Regi: Hans Otto Nicolaysen, 15 min)
A composer tries to capture the sound of snow.
LINDA (Regi: Gunnbjørg Gunnarsdottir, Svajune Bikauskaite og Vaida Voraite, 1 min)
A glimpse of the urban dating scene.
BLIND DATE (Regi: Benjamin Langeland og Øyvind Lune, 1 min)
UTE PÅ TUR (Regi: Gina Therese Grønner, Anne Dorthe Kalve, Erlend Harr Eriksson, 1 min)
The lack of control can’t be combined with driving.
GRAND CANARIA (Regi David Alræk, 1 min)
85-year-old Kaare dreams about a vacation with summer, sun and nice girls.
MANNEN FRA ARKTIS (Regi: Nils Johan Nesse, 1 min)
Dreams under The Arctic Circle.
SELVKONTROLL (Rolv Lyssand Bjøro, 1 min)
Grandma is taking the control.
TORE PREND LE CONROL (Regi: Tore Vatne og Mikael Sæther, 1 min)
Big artistic ambitions meet the pragmatic reality.
FOAD (Regi: Farzad Samsami, 23 min)
In a coastal town in Morocco the young boy Foad is dreaming about a better life.