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Manhattan Short Film Festival

Since its inception in 1998, the world’s first global film festival has grown to include 100,000 cinema lovers participating in the judging process of films coming from 250 cities, 52 countries and six continents. This year’s finalists include the U.S. drama El Camino Solo, about a businessman who gets stranded in the desert; a Chilean digital animation called Bear Story, inspired by the filmmaker’s grandfather who was exiled from Chile during the 1973 coup d’état; and the German film Bis Gleich, about two seniors who form a unique bond while communicating from their windows.

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  • URBAN-15

    2500 S. Presa St., San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 736-1500

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