Wednesday 21 December | Fyrisbiografen

Short Film Day 2022

Uppsala Short Film Festival and Fyrisbiografen celebrates the Short Film Day with screenings of award winning films from the 2022 festival and a programme of short films by David Lynch.

Screened:
21/12 at 18:00 – Award Winners 2022
21/12 at 20:15 – David Lynch

Short Film Day 2022

Wednesday 21st of December is the shortest day of the year, and also the Short Film Day. Together with Fyrisbiografen, the festival screens short films all night. At 18:00 award winners from the 2022 festival are screened and at 20:15 a programme with short films made by David Lynch is screened. Tickets are for sale via the website of Fyrisbiografen or in their ticket counter.

Tickets 110 SEK (standard) / 90 SEK (discount)
Special offer for both screenings: 140 SEK (can ony be purchased at the cinema, not online)

Warm Welcome!

21 December at 18:00 | Fyrisbiografen

Award Winners 2022

BEST CHILDREN´S FILM 2022:
Historien om Bodri (Stina Wirsén, Sweden, 13 min)

UPPSALA EARLY BIRD 2022:
Tjejtoan (Angelika Abramovitch, Sweden, 20 min)

BEST SWEDISH SHORT FILM 2022:
Ovan gruvan (Théo Audoire & Lova Karlsson, Sweden/France 14 min)

EFA-CANDIDATE:
Un Corps Brülant (Lauriane Lagarde, France, 15 min)

THE UPPSALA AWARD IN MEMORY OF INGMAR BERGMAN:
The Headhunter’s Daughter (Don Josephus Raphael Eblahan, Philippines, 15 min)

UPPSALA GRAND PRIX:
Oh, Butterfly! (Sylvia Schedelbauer, Germany/Japan, 19 min)

 

Total running time: 96 minutes
All films are subtitled in English.

21 December at 20:15 | Fyrisbiografen

Dumbland + Short Films of David Lynch

David Lynch found his inimitable style in short film and has returned to the format throughout the years. Some of his most inventive and imaginative ideas have been expressed within the permitting boundaries of short film.

David Lynch’s first short films show early examples of his morbid worldview and intriguing dream logic. Dumbland is Lynch’s version of a classic sitcom, it’s anything but ordinary. It consists of 8 rough line animations, drawn and narrated by the man himself.

Dumbland (2002)
34 minutes, English dialogue, Swedish subtitles

Short Films of David Lynch (1966–1995)
52 minutes, English dialogue, Swedish subtitles

Films:
Six men getting sick (1966, 4 min)
The Alphabet (1968, 4 min)
The Grandmother (1970, 34 min)
The Amputee (1973, 9 min)
Lumiere (1995, 1 min)

 

Total running time: 86 minuter.

The programme was screened at this year´s Uppsala Short Film Festival with the title David Lynch 1.

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