Show Me Shorts Film Festival

08 Oct 2020

Sit back and enjoy some of the best and most vibrant short films from New Zealand and around the world.
This collection provides a great way to sample what Show Me Shorts is all about
The films feature a stroll through the streets of Naples, comedian Will Ferrell as a psychologist, paragliders in Nepal, a living statue, a couple of young hustlers, a rugby-mad little girl, and a boy who loves to dance

Total length: 89 minutes
Rating: GA

Drama, 15 mins, Nepal/United Kingdom
Ashmina is a 13-year-old girl living in Pokhara, Nepal, the paragliding capital of the world. The remote town is a busy tourist destination where the locals are profoundly affected by the swarms of tourists. Ashmina helps her family make ends meet by working at the landing field, packing parachutes in return for small change

Drama, 10 mins, New Zealand
Stuck in the middle of Auckland’s housing crisis, two young hustlers discover some money and try to double it in the hope of buying an epic sandwich

Comedy, 10 mins, New Zealand
Gabby is a failed actor working as a living statue in Cathedral Square, Christchurch, and cleaning wealthy and entitled people’s homes. One day she tries on the owner’s clothes while cleaning, but when a fellow tradesperson arrives at the house she’s forced to continue the act for this audience of one

Comedy, 12 mins, United States
A severely depressed man reaches out for an emergency therapy session. He’s not the only one who needs help


Drama, 15 mins, Finland
Taina is a middle-aged woman preparing for a much-anticipated weekend visit from her adult son and his girlfriend. But the more Taina tries to make everything perfect, the less comfortable they all feel

MEZZE SRAGIONI (Transitional Seasons)
Drama, 10 mins, Italy
Pietro and Emilia are a couple chatting while getting ready for a ceremony. As they pass through each room of their house, time travels, revealing important moments of their life together

Drama, 17 mins, New Zealand
Frankie Jean is a little girl obsessed with rugby. Her dad is teaching her kicking skills and about not giving up. Early one morning she meets a depressed teenager while kicking a ball around, and passes on a vital lesson that might just save his life

Show Times

7:30pm Thursday 8th October 

Ticket Prices

$15  Adults 

$12  Senior / Student / child / Industry guilds

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