SUFF15 - LSD FACTORY: SHORT FILM SESSION

Time Fri 18 Sep, 10:30pm

Price Full $16 / Conc $14

Bookings (02) 9550 3666

Tickets On sale now @ Factory Theatre

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8 Bullets

Frank Ternier // FRANCE // 2014 // 13 mins // Australian Premiere

My name is Gabriel and I live in Taipei. I have lost my wife during an assault. a red-haired man came to me, he smelt of fried fish. He had a gun and he shot my family. Since, I feel empty as if I had a hole in the head.

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G14

Harlan Doolittle // USA // 2014 // 6 mins // Australian Premiere

A dive into the chthonian abyss of the postmodern subconscious, G14 is the beast beneath your brain set free.

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Maku

Yoriko Mizushiri // JAPAN // 2014 // 5 mins // Sydney Premiere

Two people who face each other in space. Each person keeps distance between them and their partner, and finds some fearful, tender, and comfortable feelings that fascinate them..

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The Smiling Man

A.J Briones // USA // 2015 // 7 mins // Australian Premiere

A little girl home alone finds herself face-to-face with pure evil.

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Dinner for Few

Nassos Vakalis // GREECE // 2014 // 10 mins // Australian Premiere

Those who eat their fill speak to the hungry of wonderful times to come. An allegorical depiction of our society.

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Hypertelia

Jonathan Palomar // CANADA // 2015 // 11 mins // World Premiere

The ultimate mash-up: from Lumiere brothers to spiderman, and through Lili Marleen and Minecraft. A found footage and video essay on hyper-reality, technology, and humankind.

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Planet ∑

Momoko Seto // FRANCE // 2014 // 12 mins // Australian Premiere

Giant creatures are trapped inside the ice. Submarine explosions provoke a global warming, and a new life begins for animals.

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World of Tomorrow

Don Hertzfeldt // USA // 2015 // 17 mins // Australian Premiere

A little girl is taken on a mind- bending tour of her distant future. Winner of 2015 Jury Prize for Best Short Film at Sundance.

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Familiar

Joel Benjamin // USA // 2014 // 6 mins // Australian Premiere

When an innocent decides it is not enough to live a life in a chomping maw, she ventures out into a frightening landscape of dreams, melting trees and piles of dung. But is the new better than the old and familiar?

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Leather

Jimmy Joe Roch // USA // 2015 // 3 mins // Australian Premiere

Inspired by the Texas Chain Saw Massacre, begotten, Dog star Man, Phil Solomon’s films, and Peter Kubelka’s 1958 Schwechater Beer commercial, Leather provides the perfect nightmare fuel.

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Song for the Lemons

Tommy Becker // USA // 2013 // 6 mins // Australian Premiere

The lemon, I felt, never got its day in the sun.

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