Aspen Shortsfest

Saturday, Apr 10, 2021 at 7:00am

Online
Aspen, CO 81611

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Celebrating three decades of shorts, the 30th Aspen Shortsfest is Oscar-qualifying in the three categories of animation, documentary and live-action narrative film. This year’s Shortsfest features filmmakers exploring unique and timely themes in the festival’s five categories: Animation, Comedy, Documentary, Drama and Short Short. The 2021 slate of films features 6 world premieres, 3 international premieres, 7 North American premieres and 15 U.S. premieres from filmmakers representing 28 countries and 6 continents. Almost 3,000 films were submitted for consideration with 80 selected for this year’s virtual event. 55 films are directed or co-directed by women, accounting for 69% of the program.

Films
7:00am - 11:59pm
À La Mode
Affairs Of The Art
Al-Sit
Ale Libre
Aniksha
Are You Still There?
Bandit Hill
Between You And Milagros
Black Bodies
A Broken House
Bruiser
Bug Farm
Chuj Boys Of Summer
Close Ties To Home Country
David
Death. Everything. Nothing.
Diving In
DỌlápỌ̀ Is Fine
Dream Eater
Drought
Dustin
E14
The End Of Suffering
The Fourfold
Girls Shouldn't Walk Alone At Night
The Great Malaise
The Heart Still Hums
Her Dance
In Sudden Darkness
Isole Ciclopi
Kkum
The Last Ferry From Grass Island
Learning Tagalog With Kayla
Ligie
Like The Ones I Used To Know
Live In Cloud-Cuckoo Land
Lizard
Lonely Blue Night
Maré
Marlon Brando
Moon
Mountain Cat
My Father The Mover
The Name Of The Son
Navozande, Le Musicien
The Night Train
O Black Hole!
Old Dog
Only A Child
Pain
Plaisir
The Price Of Cheap Rent
Proof Of Loss
The Recorder
Rehak
Renaidance
Roborovski
Salem
Shinkansen
Silence
Silvertone
Sinking Ship
Sofa So Good
Squirrel Wars
Strong Son
Summer Shade
Thanadoula
Therefore, Socrates Is Mortal
A Tiny Tale
Tobi And The Turbobus
The Tomten And The Fox
Twin Trees
Unliveable
We Have One Heart
Wearable Tracy
Welcome Strangers
White Wedding
Wichita
Wirun
Yoruga

Schedule:
1pm: Dolby Workshop: The Role of Sound Design - Red Brick Center For the Arts
3pm: Shorts Program 09 Filmmaker Q&A
4:30-6pm: Sip and Chat Session with Diana Williams - Aspen Art Museum
6pm: In Conversation with Filmmaker Reinaldo Marcus Green
7:30pm: Shorts Program 10 Filmmaker Q&A

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