Artificial World

Artificial World

Artificial World

Directed by Bas Jansen

International Short Short | 4 min | 3D Animation, Sci-Fi, Virtual Reality | UK

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In a world in which humans destroyed the planet and thereby killing almost all living organisms, the humans that are still left, decide to create an Artificial Intelligence computer to restore the balance on earth. The purpose of the computer is to create a new world. The computer gets more power and is acting like a creator. Do we want this? Is there still a place for humans? And do we trust the judgment of a machine? With my film, I want to make my audience aware of which way the world is going. Thereby comparing Science and religion, and Inquire if there is still a place for humans on this new world.

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Tue Aug 7th 12-4pm - McGillicuddy's
Wed Aug 8th 8pm - Film Salon

Cockadoodle Do or Cockadoodle Don’t

Cockadoodle Do or Cockadoodle Don't by Ariel Lefkowitz

Cockadoodle Do or Cockadoodle Don't

Directed by Ariel Lefkowitz

Short Animation | 3 min | Comedy, Fantasy, Romance | Canada

A romantic comedy about a woman that knows what she wants and isn’t afraid to get it. She loves her men, but she loves food more.

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Wed Aug 8th 8pm - Film Salon
Thurs Aug 9th 12-4pm - McGillicuddy's

Foreign

Foreign by Timothy Ross

Foreign

Directed by Timothy Ross

Jersey Short Short | 4 min | Action, Crime | Switzerland

In a society that mistrusts foreigners, a Swiss lawyer with Arabic roots becomes a victim of prejudice due to his Middle-Eastern origins.

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Wed Aug 8th 8pm - Film Salon
Thurs Aug 9th 12-4pm - House of Independents

The Old Woman and The Sea

The Old Woman and the Sea

The Old Woman and the Sea

Directed by Wolfgang Purkhauser, Paul Vollet, Franziska Trast

International Short Short | 4 min | Animation, Comedy | Germany

Every single day an old fisherwoman takes her little fishing boat out to the ocean. One day she forgets to take along enough bait. So she tries to use a small fish she already caught to catch a bigger one. It’s working. The fisherwoman catches fish after fish, one bigger than the last until her greed gets out of control.

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Tues Aug 7th 12-4pm - McGillicuddy's
Wed Aug 8th 8pm - Film Salon