Sunday, March 1, 2015


Next edition of our int. short and doc film screenings in Oslo is under prearations. More info coming soon. 

GALLERY from OSLOKORTFILMBY2015 at Kulturhuset i Oslo 
/the 8th&9th of March2015/




Official programming and screening schedule for OSLOKORTFILMBY 2015 international short film festival project at Kulturhuset i Oslo /Youngstorget nr. 3/ between the 8th and 9th of March 2015 is now available HERE
All short films will be screened in original languages with English subtitles.

OSLOKORTFILMBY2015 will also be part of ZOOM SHORT FILM NIGHT 2015 in Jerusalem (Israel) on the 11th of March 2015 at Jerusalem Cinematheque, presenting Oslo and contemporary Norwegian short films ZOOM NORWAY to wide Jerusalem audiences. 

Official programming for Norwegian short films in Jerusalem at Jerusalem Cinematheque is now avaliable HERE>>>

Entrance to all screenings in Jerusalem is free to all audiences.


The upcoming 2015 edition of OSLOKORTFILMBY is about to take place between the 8th and 9th of MARCH 2015 at art venue KULTURHUSET i Oslo. The event is under construction.

Official programming will be released after the 20th of February 2015>>>

GALLERY from oslo short cuts 2014 /oslokortfilmby/
at art venue
sound of mu






Official programming and detailed screening schedule for OSLO SHORT CUTS 2014 international short film days is now available here.

Entrance to all screenings between the 20th & 21st of May 2014 at SOUND OF MU /markveien 58/ is FREE!

2nd edition of OSLO SHORT CUTS 2014  international short film days and film festival in Oslo will present newest international short and documentary film productions at art venue SOUND OF MU (Markveien 58) www.soundofmu.no

During two film days between the 20th and 21st of May 2014 the festival will present a selection of newest short and documentary films of different styles and approaches from young film directors from many different countries and the programming represents a glimpse into the current, mostly independent and non – commercial international filmmaking. Final programming will include newest international short and documentary film productions from different countries with special focus on Austrian, Polish and Swedish filmmakers. All films will be screened in original languages with English subtitles.

Production of OSLO SHORT CUTS 2014 is being organized and coordinated by European short film festival Ljubljana International Short Film Festival >www.lisff.blogspot.com< (Slovenia) which is annually and continually presenting young international, European and Balkan cinema in Ljubljana (Slovenia) as well as other countries and cities in Europe>>>



OSLO SHORT CUTS 2014 is scheduled to take place with its new screening concept at new festivals' location SOUND OF MU at Markveien 58 in the centre of Oslo on two occasions in season 2014 and will present newest contemporary short and documentary film productions in May 2014 and later also in October 2014. Presented will be more than 100 international short films of all styles and lengths from diferent countries, including also special section ZOOM dedicated to countries in focus. Entrance to all screenings wil be free of charge to all audiences. 


Official programming and detailed screening schedule for OSLO SHORT CUTS 2012 international short film happening at Oslo’s CINEMATEKET is now available here.


OSLO SHORT CUTS 2012 is starting and very fresh OSLO International SHORT film festival aiming to introduce newest contemporary video and short film productions from all over the world to wide Oslo audiences. The festival is non – commercial and non – competitive.

All film screenings at CINEMATEKET at Dronningens gate 16 in the centre of Oslo are free. The festival will take place during three festival days between the 17th and 19th of November 2012 with all screenings starting at 17_00 and finishing at 23_00 each day at Cinematekets’ screening hall LILLEBIL.

In cooperation with DOKUBAZAAR documentary film screenings in Oslo and LISFF short film festival from Ljubljana (SLO), this whole international short film festival and happening presents 50 contemporary short film productions from 22 different countries ranging from Russia, Poland, Spain, Israel, Armenia, Azerbaijan to Iran, Ghana, Namibia etc. Special focus in also given to Austrian, Basque and French contemporary video productions.

Films will be screened in original languages with English subtitles. Official programming and screening schedule will be released in October 2012.

More info coming soon…