Norwegian shorts

at Aesthetica Short Film Festival

This year’s BAFTA-Qualifying Aesthetica Short Film Festival in York, will be screening four outstanding independent short films from Norwegian filmmakers.


In Generation Mars, directed by Alexander Turpin, protagonist Astrid is one of the winners of a reality show that sends the first humans to Mars, never to return. Also in the drama category we find Lina Helvik’s How to Avoid Giving Birth to a Moose Hunter. In the baby shower from hell, Silje, who is nine months pregnant, is forced to make a choice: let things stay as they are or not.

Directed by Edvard Karijord and bendik Mondal, I’m Free is a documentary about Geir Karijord who went missing in Romsdal Valley on 8 October 2013. Lastly, Maria Bock’s Bald Guy (Skallamann) will be screened as part of a LGBTQ Shorts Guest Programme curated by Iris Prize Festival.


Across venues in York




7 – 11 November



£5 – £48. Book here.

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