by Elke de Wit This year’s Oberhausen International Short Film Festival, the forty-sixth in the series, was marked by a striking increase in the number and quality of innovative films and was rewarded with yet another increase in attendance. German films were particularly well represented in the festival’s five competitive categories, likely owing considerably to […]

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