Internationale Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen

Post from 31.12.2017

A classic experimental short at the end of 2017: Box by Takashi Ito, 1982. Screened in Oberhausen in 2003 and 2015.


Post from 24.12.2017

From the depths of the Internet: Bunny by Chris Wedge, 1998. Winner of our Children's Film Competition and Oscar nominee in 1999.


Post from 17.12.2017

From the depths of the Internet: Karpo Godina's amazing Gratinirani Mozak Pupilije Ferkeverk (The Gratinated Brain of Pupilija Ferkeverk) from 1970, last screened in Oberhausen at a 2002 retrospective.


Post from 10.12.2017

From the depths of the Internet: Martha Rosler's "alternative draft to Julia Child", Semiotics of the Kitchen (1975). Last shown in Oberhausen in 2008.


Post from 3.12.2017

Roman Polanski's Dwaj Ludzie Z Szafa (Two Men and a Wardrobe) from 1958. Winner of a Honorary Diploma in Oberhausen 1959.


Post from 26.11.2017

How They Get There, Spike Jonze, 2000 (in Oberhausen in 2000). Attention: prepare for a shock at the end!


Post from 19.11.2017

This week, in honour of Matsumoto Toshio (1932-2017): Atman, 1975 (screened in Oberhausen in 1994 and 2009).


Post from 12.11.2017

This week it's a music video: All is Full of Love, Chris Cunningham's visionary clip for Björk (screened in Oberhausen in 2000).


Post from 5.11.2017

This week: Maßnahmen gegen Fanatiker, Werner Herzog, 1969
In Oberhausen 1969.


Post from 29.10.2017

This week: La Chambre, Chantal Akerman, 1972.
In Oberhausen 1973


Post from 22.10.2017

This week: Oh Dem Watermelons, Robert Nelson, 1965. Prize for the neglected film (!) in Oberhausen 1966.


Post from 15.10.2017

This week: le mystère koumiko by Chris Marker, 1965. Grand Prize for the best Documentary in Oberhausen 1966.


Post from 8.10.2017

This week: Foutaises by Jean-Pierre Jeunet (1990), Main Prize in Oberhausen in 1990.


Post from 1.10.2017

So here's the first of our finds: It's Not Just You, Murray!, Martin Scorsese, 1964 (screened in Oberhausen in 1965).