Norwegian Short Films in Competition, Part 2
2013 marks a record in the submitted short films at BIFF, and 14 of them will compete for the first prize. This year's short film jury consists of Agnete Haaland (artistic director, Den Nationale Scene), Lars Løge (producer), Ina Therese Lerner Grevstad (actor and director), Sigmund Elias Holm (Western Norway Film Commission) and Ole-Morten Algerøy (formerly responsible for short films at BIFF).
In a coastal town in Morocco the young boy Foad is dreaming about a better life. About poverty and boat refugees fate.
Director: Farzad Samsami, 23 min.
DET ER IKKE SÅ LETT
A little girl reflects about the big questions in life.
Director: Tove Undheim, 3 min.
TORE PREND LE CONTROLE
Big artistic ambitions meet the pragmatic reality.
Director: Tore Vatne og Mikael Sæther, 1 min.
FOLK SOM FALLER
An absurd and stylized story about people falling - both physically and mentally.
Director: Bobbie Peers, 11 min.
ALLE BARN ER LAGET AV ILD
Anne leaves her safe carieer to become an assistant in The Child welfare. About somebody who wants to care of others and somebody who needs to be taken care of.
Director: Lisa Marie Gamlem, 25 min.
DEG OG MEG MAMMA
A child’s colourful view on the world challenges the adult life’s grey realities.
Director: Thea Hvistendahl, 14 min.
LEAVING THE HERD
A tribute to the meaninglessness of our existence.
Director: Egil Pedersen, 4 min.