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Cinematheque of Macedonia hosts Shnit Short Film Festival

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Six short film festival from six countries will be screened Friday evening within Shnit Worldwide Short Film Festival, which will be held at the Cinematheque of Macedonia.

The films “Grandma’s Day” by Miłosz Sakowski (Poland), “How’s Your Prostate?” by Jeanne Paturle and Cécile Rousset (France), “Oxytocin” by Ludwig Löckinger (Austria), “Mother” by Simón Mesa Soto (Colombia), “Second to None” by Vincent Gallagher (Ireland) and “The Smell of Rain” Sarah Bordeaux (Canada) will be screened.

The festival was founded in 2003 in Bern, Switzerland. It is an exceptional twelve day event with a unique concept – a transnational film festival simultaneously taking place in multiple cities on five continents worldwide.

The Cinematheque of Macedonia gives audience opportunity to acquaint with this international film event by screening a shortlist of six short films that have new approach to the topics and are example of new cinematographic perspectives, the Cinematheque of Macedonia said in a press release.