Future Shorts Tokyo— Autumn Season

3331 Arts Chiyoda

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3331 Arts Chiyoda is pleased to present its autumn lineup of short films. Films are subtitled both in English and Japanese, and the total running time is 73 minutes.

Marilyn Myller (UK - 2013) by Mikey Please
In this animation, Marilyn is trying really hard to make something that is good. For once her expectations and reality are going to align, perfectly.

Xenos (UK/Greece - 2013) by Mahdi Fleifel
A documentary about how in 2010 Abu Eyad and other young Palestinian men from the Ain el-Helweh refugee camp in Lebanon travelled with smugglers through Syria and Turkey into Greece. Like so many other migrants, they came looking for a way into Europe but found themselves trapped in a country undergoing economic, political, and social collapse.

Inside The Mind of Colin Furze (UK - 2014) by David Beazley
A documentary about Colin Furze, a plumber by day who in his spare time retreats to his garage and invents all manner of weird and wonderful contraptions like the Jet Bike and the World’s Fastest Mobility Scooter.

More Than Two Hours (Iran - 2013) by Ali Asgari
In this drama, a boy and a girl are wandering the city at 3 am. They are looking for a hospital to cure the girl, but it is much harder than they expected.

Werner Herzog Defends Dade (USA - 2011) by Lindsay Scoggins
A comedy in which Werner Herzog shares his thoughts on Miami.

Person to Person (USA -2014) by Dustin Guy Defa
A drama about a man who, after waking up the morning after hosting a party, discovers a stranger passed out on his floor. He spends the rest of the day trying to convince her to leave.

Swimmer (UK - 2012) by Lynne Ramsay
An art film which enters the mind of an endurance swimmer on a journey through Britain’s waterways, using sound and images to penetrate his thoughts, feelings, dreams, nightmares, memories, and escape.

Venue: B104



November 02, 2014
Screening Times: 14:00-17:00, 18:00-21:00



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