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Future Shorts San Francisco Edition returns to Firehouse 8 with a whole new batch of short films from across the globe! Doors open at 7:00 pm and the film fest begins at 8:00 pm sharp. So come grab a seat, some bites and a beverage and enjoy the films!

Due to the popularity of these events, we do encourage you to buy your tickets in advance!* Grab a pre-sale ticket for $10 soon, they go fast:
At the night of the screening, tickets at the door will be $12.

Future Shorts festival, the largest pop-up short film festival in the world, celebrates its 10th birthday this year. Screenings are held from London over to Kazakhstan, Australia to Spain, Ireland to Russia - and the network keeps on growing. 

This Winter Season Future Shorts presents you 6 films from France, Poland, Serbia, Finland & Afghanistan - it is going to be a truly international excursion into the world of shorts. 

Emerge from the underground in search of a seed in Eduardo Williams' “That I’m falling” I Que Je Tombe Tout le Temps (France, 2013), follow two Polish sisters while they seek out their mother in “Out of Reach” (Poland, 2011) by Jakub Stozek, and witness a rather unexpected incident at a convenience store in the animation “Blind Spot” (France, 2007). Directors Nedeljkovic & Majdak from Serbia take you on an extraordinary trip to Rabbitland (2012), while Jenny Toivoniemi shows you a date of a different kind in her film “The Date” (Finland, 2012) and finally Sam French invites you to join in the world of Afghanistan’s "Buzkhasi Boys” (Afghanistan, 2011) to see a different story of coming of age of two best friends. Find the whole programme here:

P.S. * Sorry, no refunds

Mind that venue is located in downtown SF  -  easy to access by public transportation but parking is tricky (there is one public parking garage nearby).

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  • Sam

    Hi everyone, for those of you coming early tonight, feel free to hang out with us at the Firehouse 8 bar starting 7pm. Since Marta won't be available, you can look for me [masked]).

    February 19, 2014

    • Marta M.

      I'll see you all at the door of Firehouse 8 at 7-8PM where I'll do the ticket sales. The house is right in the middle of a block between Van Ness and Polk Street - can't miss it :)

      February 19, 2014

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