For the second time we will screen a selection of films from the Bitfilm Festival in Tokyo. The Bitfilm Night will take place in the Super-Deluxe Club on Monday, March 8 at 8 PM. The entrance is free!
Check out www.super-deluxe.com for more information.
As Japanese have experienced a financial crisis for many years, we hope to get many submissions from Japan to our festival with a specific Japanese view on our topic "Money & Me".
Here is a list of the films we will screen in Tokyo:
Du bist Terrorist by Alexander Lehmann, Germany
Kill the Armadill by Rotem Aharon, Israel
Her Narnian Horse Analogy by Louis Minaar, South Afrika
Machu Picchu Post by M. Durand-Rival, N. Novali and C. Crocq, France
Iran's New Voice by Kawthar Muhaib and Rumi C., Bahrain/Iran
Ahmed and Salim by Or Paz and Tom Trager, Israel
The Ballad of Hack Tao by Laurent Hart, France
Imaginary Solutions by Lauri Warsta, Finland/UK
Galactic Mail by Asterokid, UK
Orb by Joe Takayama, USA
Intervention by Phil Rice, USA
Omar and his Skyhook by Doug Purver, USA
Milk by Bastien Roger, France
Voltage by William Paiva and Filipe Lyra, Brasil
Territory by Wei Hou, Germany
World of Workcraft by Stephen Mullane, USA
Follow the Legs by Rafi Nizam, UK
La Main des Maitres by Looky, C. Delatre and A. Toupet, France
Hey by Guy Ben Shetrit, Israel