65th Cork International Film Festival

International Shorts 3: Free Radicals + Q&A

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10 films in package
Untitled Sequence of Gaps (Int. Shorts 3: Free Radicals)
An essay film approaching trauma-related memory loss via reflections on light outside the visible spectrum.
Your Own Bullshit (Int. Shorts 3: Free Radicals)
There's nothing better than dinner with family. Though it remains a looped script that repeats itself infinitely. Recited singingly for many long years.
The End of Suffering (A Proposal) - (Int. Shorts 3: Free Radicals)
Sofia is panicky, again. The universe decides to contact her. An other-wordly dialogue. A planet symphony for Mars, where people dream awake and fight for love.
A Little Loopy (Int. Shorts 3: Free Radicals)
An emotional journey through abstract loops, harmony and dissonance.
The Truth About Your Feet (Int. Shorts 3: Free Radicals)
It’s funny how everybody seems to sympathise with the string quartet that kept playing, even though the ship was going down.
Signal 8 (Int. Shorts 3: Free Radicals)
Disconnected from daily life, Simon Liu’s incursion into the alienation of Hong Kong is an enigmatic symphony of the city’s discordance and fury.
Kopierwerk (Int. Shorts 3: Free Radicals)
The cinema is a machine.
Labor of Love (Int. Shorts 3: Free Radicals)
An expanding feeling, unfolding new inflections — forever different, forever changing.
Inflorescence (Int. Shorts 3: Free Radicals)
A Romantic Conceptualism bedtime fable of resistance and redundance. Let’s unite to inflorescence!
International Shorts 3: Free Radicals Q&A
Q&A with filmmakers Vika Kirchenbauer, Sunny Stanila, Stefanie Weberhofer, Sylvia Schedelbauer and Daria Kopiec
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Personal ruminations, crazy claymation, analogue animation, abstract expression, all this and more. Playful, poetic, beguiling, boundless and beautiful, while also offering hope and resistance. 


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The cinema is a machine. ‘Kopierwerk’ testifies to that, lets itself be carried by industrial rhythms, and in doing so, negotiates the analogue era, whose end meant also new beginnings, creative deviations: as complement to digital mass culture, taking place before our eyes is a movement largely freed from the pressure to generate a profit, a niche revolution of sorts in analogue media.


*Contains flashing images*


  • Year
    2020
  • Runtime
    7 minutes
  • Country
    Austria
  • Note
    Black and White
  • Director
    Stefanie Weberhofer
  • Producer
    Stefanie Weberhofer
  • Cinematographer
    found footage
  • Editor
    Stefanie Weberhofer