The International Film Festival of Berlin called ‘Berlinale Shorts’ featuring 11 short films is being held at the Goethe Institute in Hanoi on July 27-28.
Berlinale Shorts is a forum of short films which have an undisguised and unlimited look into the present. Filmmakers are artists, who are aware of abilities of film-making skills and have the whole picture of cinematography.
Established in 1951, the International Film Festival of Berlin, also well-known as Berlinale, is one of the biggest film festivals in Germany and the largest public film festival in the world. The event presents hundreds of movies from many countries around the world.
For the first time in Hanoi, audiences will have a chance to enjoy free screenings of films such as Licuri Surf (An adventure on the waves) from Brazil; Sudsanan (Terribly happy) from Thailand; Panchabhuta (The five elements) from India; Die Ruhe Bleibt (Quiet remains) from Germany; Giardini Di Luce (Garden of light) from Italy; Echo from Germany; Colivia (The cage) from Rumania and Netherlands; Karrabing (low tide turning) from Australia; Havet (The sea) from Germany; Switez (The lost town of switez) from Poland, Switzerland, France, Canada and Denmark; Misterio (Mystery) from Spain; Rao Yi Sheng (Doctor Rao) from Germany; Ein Mädchen Namens Yssabeau (A woman called Yssabeau) from Germany and Mexico.