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WUFF Night 2

WUFF Night 2

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  • Fri 27 May ’16, 6:00pm – 8:10pm


Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Te Aro, Wellington


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General admission: $10.25
  • Concession: $8.20

WUFF identifies and encourages contemporary filmmakers who have an original, radically personal approach and are producing work outside mainstream film production and distribution.

This year's WUFF selection will screen over three nights, May 26–28. The programme for night two follows. See full film and filmmaker details at: https://wuff.org.nz/wuff-2016/

Night 2 Programme

The Future Becomes Present - Every Day (Leonid Kalyadin, Russia, 2015, 0:57)
A humorous short about the dangers of selfies.

Grounded (Will Hooper and Jack Snelling, UK, 2015, 10:00)
A man’s small world is tainted by the arrival of his newly born son.

Telephonophobia (Sandra Araújo, Portugal, 2015, 3:08)
Old school video games glitched and combined with computer-based aesthetics.

The Bags, Probably 1971 (Yates, USA, 2014, 5:11)
A southern family of four is reincarnated during this hand-processed assemblage of their previously unearthed audio/visual keepsakes.

Ant (Hasan Najmabadi, Iran, 2015, 1:00)

Imagining Time (Jelena Sinik, Australia, 2015, 1:56)
Adapted from the poem "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock," by T. S. Eliot, Imagining Time is designed in an experimental split-screen format.

Leave Sth in Your Wake (David Anthony Sant, Australia, 2015, 4:43)
To stake a claim in the midst of change is to seize fragments of and piece together moving imagery that responds to the visual clutter disseminated by a city in transmutation.

17:17 (Susu Laroche, UK, 2015, 1:44)
A car crash salmon skin cowgirls brawl over time.

Militant Angel (Raylene Beals, NZ, 2001, 9:08)
A waking dream. From paper to pixels, and into the ether.

To Be Free (Yen-Chao Lin and Oliver Lewis, Canada, 2015, 1:35)
A meditation on the flourish of the spirit and submission of mortality.

The Blue Paths (Muriel Montini, France, 2015, 8:00)
There was a park. A mirror was placed in its center and Men could enter it.

333 (Damián Alquichire, Columbia, 2015, 5:35)
Beasts wander aimlessly through a triangled dimension.

Ithaka (Dmytro Bondarchuk, Ukraine, 2015, 1:28)
From the Beginning to something Next.

The Girl Who Dreamed of the Moon (Jeremy Newman, USA, 2014, 1:00)
A girl embarks on an imaginary journey to the moon. She unexpectedly encounters a familiar life form.

Conspiracy (Aaron Zeghers, Canada, 2014, 6:01)
“The masses are controlled by stealing their knowledge.” - Bart Sibrel

Tschaika (M Kardinal, Germany, 2014, 10:49)
The moon has long been stylized as an unattainable object of desire.

Butternut (Michael O'Donnell, USA, 2014, 4:04)
A specific squash. Sliced in half twice, photographed once.

Light (Vesta Miaau, Russia, 2015, 3:04)
Disorientating noise or music of the city?

Letter to Boris (Pablo Molina Guerrero, Chile, 2015, 7:47)
Boris was my alter ego and I was his alter ego. When he is no longer here, I can be sincere.

Having a Ball (Carl Knickerbocker, USA, 2015, 3:55)
Person goes to a psychologist.

Nyan Cat (Psycho Cat) (Mauricio Sanhueza, Peru, 2015, 1:54)
This is a psycho version of the mainstream icon named Nyan Cat

Nature Advances Through The Suburbs - Insurance Fraud (Zach Webber, NZ, 2016, 2:44)
An idiosyncratic, slightly pretentious, and deluded but well-meaning narrator and his best friend, Dennis struggle through various social situations.

Lauren (Natasha Cantwell, NZ, 2015, 2:27)
A three-act study of hairdressing, meat by-products and the occult.

Hoofd / Head (Jeroen ter Welle, Netherlands, 2015, 1:00)
A head, that irritates or fascinates, perhaps it is a combination of irritation and fascination.

Dancing in Saint Petersburg (Leonid Kalyadin, Russian, 2015, 2:27)
A Saint Petersburg, Russia travel guide.

Raw (Caitlin O'Rorke, Spain, 2016, 3:09)
Pure. In a natural state, not treated by manufacturing or other processes. Powerfully impressive.

CICADA 3301(Charly Fasano, USA, 2015, 3:08)
Cicada 3301 was a series of complex puzzles presented on the web in 2013 and 2014 by anonymous organizers, to be solved with no apparent purpose.

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