On November 26 2015 at Lviv Art Palace at 7 & 9 pm for the first time we are going to present the selection of Asian short films – completely diffetent form and esthetic that you could never seen at Wiz-Art screenings before.


AMAR 10’ Andrew Hinton India 2011

Amar is 14 and top of his class. Someday he’d like to be a professional cricketer, but for now he’s the family’s main breadwinner, working two jobs six and a half days a week on top of attending school in the afternoons. This short observational documentary is a simple journey with Amar through his daily routine.

THREE WHEELS 20’ Neang Kavich Cambodia 2015

On a lonely night, Tuc Tuc driver Nath meets a woman who reminds him of his past. Returning home, he confesses to his wife that he wants to move. This realization ultimately reveals the unspoken realities of their marriage dating from the Khmer Rouge period.

FOX FEARS 8′ Miyo Sato Japan 2015

In the evening of a village festival, a young boy named Bunroku goes to the festival with his friends and visits a clog shop on the way. There he learns an old superstition about the fox.

THE BEATEN PATH 26’ Phurba Tshering Lama Nepal 2014

Balvir lives in harmony with Mother Nature trying to understand the material world.

KILLER TOYS 3′ Dongjie Zhu(Jill) China 2011

It reflects a war between two children, which makes a scene of fighting of those weapons on the wall by two boys’ imagination. The relaxed film style makes a sharp contrast with the disastrous wars in reality.

3 YEARS 3 MONTH RETREAT 20′ Dechen Roder Bhutan 2015

Can Lhamo, a young, wounded girl facing the harsh gaze of the world, find her own form of retreat and redemption?

ASH 10′ Taj Jenkins Musco Singapore 2011

A policeman must choose between doing his job and helping an old man keep his promise to his late wife.

DURATION: 97 min

Wiz-Art — earth-shaking films only!

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