• Manhattan Short Film Festival ~ Sat Oct 6, 7pm
    October 6, 2018
    7:00 pm - 8:50 pm




Saturday October 6

Showings at 4pm & 7pm

Tickets are $15 at durangofilm.org


The 2018 finalists are:


Directed by: Alberto Corredor Marina

Haunted by grief, a man asks questions only the recently deceased can answer. The dead get their say in the hidden chamber of a mysterious pub. You may not like what you hear.



Directed by: Barnabás Tóth

During a professional conference in Prague, two interpreters in the Hungarian booth hilariously vie for the attention of one listener.


Fauve (Five)

Directed by: Jérémy Comte

Two boys playing in an abandoned surface mine take turns outdoing each other until the stakes are suddenly raised and it’s no longer a game.


Fire In Cardboard City

Directed by: Phil Brough

When Cardboard City catches fire, it’s up to an energetic fire chief and his brave deputies to save its citizens from the encroaching flames.



Directed by: More Raca

To escape a marriage arranged by her extremely religious father, a young girl seizes the chance to run away and save more than herself.


Home Shopper

Directed by: Dev Patel

In a loveless marriage, a woman seeks solace from a home shopping channel that proves to be her salvation…unless it was the problem all along.



Directed by: Tanja Mairitsch

A young woman finds her lost lover in a world of ever-changing surreal landscapes. But love, she discovers, is more complicated than she imagines.



Directed by: Marco Gadge

At the end of World War II, Red Army soldiers bent on brutal revenge for past atrocities attack a German city. Compassion comes from an unlikely source. Based on a true story.


Two Strangers Who Meet Five Times

Directed by: Marcus Markou

Two strangers meet at key turning points over the course of their lives. The initial conflict gives way to compassion and eventual friendship.






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