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|United Kingdom released, NTSC/Region 0 DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), SPECIAL FEATURES: 2-DVD Set, Commentary, Interactive Menu, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: CINEMA16 celebrates the short film by showcasing some of the best classic and award-winning shorts on DVD. Aside from providing short films with a much needed platform CINEMA16 gives filmmakers and movie-lovers access to some great films that would otherwise be near impossible to see, from the fascinating early works of some of the world's greatest direcotrs to award-winning films from its most exciting new filmmakers. With over five hours of films WORLD CINEMA16 is essential viewing for anyone with an interest in the moving image. The majority of the films are accompanied by audio commentaries, almost always by the direcots themselves. Highlights of the collection include Andrea Arnold's Oscar winner 'Wasp', and Taiki Waititi's Oscar nominated 'Two Cars, One Night'. Also included is 2008 Oscar nominee 'Madame Tutli Putli' and 2008 Sundance winner 'On the Ice'. Full running order; 'Wasp' - Andrea Arnold; 'Judgement' - Park Chan-Wook; 'Sikumi (On the Ice)' - Andrew Okpeaha Maclean; 'Dona Lupe' - Guillermo del Toro; 'Old Lady and the Pigeons (La Vielle Dame et Les Pigeons) - Sylvain Chomet; 'Attack on the Bakery' - Naoto Yamakawa; 'Two Cars, One Night' - Taiki Waititi; 'Sonata for Hitler' - Alexander Sokurov; 'My Dad is 100 Years Old' - Guy Maddin; 'Forklift Truck Driver Klaus - First Day on the Job (Stablefahrer Klaus - Der Erste Arbeitstag) - Stefan Pehn & Jorg Wagner; 'Uncle' - Adam Elliot; 'Quartet for the End of Time (Cuarteto Para el Fin del Tiempo) - Alfonso Cuaron; 'Madame Tutli-Putli' - Chris Lavis & Maciek Szczarbowski; 'A Girls Own Story' - Jane Campion; 'Borom Sarret' - Ousmane Sembene; 'Soft' - Simon Ellis. SCREENED/AWARDED AT: Australian Film Institute, BAFTA Awards, Berlin Interna|
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