Future Shorts Vietnam celebrates five years

Future Shorts Vietnam will celebrate its fifth year with a special screening under the stars at Saigon Outcast on 15 November at 7pm. For the special occasion, the organisers will also be showing the best of the best from the last five years of Future Shorts and featuring music from DJ Stu Pot.

Future Shorts is the world’s largest pop-up short film festival, bringing audiences and filmmakers together in a worldwide community around challenging, entertaining and thought-provoking films, taking place in over 90 countries and 300 cities across the globe.

In 2009, Future Shorts Vietnam became the first Southeast Asian edition of this prolific and innovative organisation, debuting in Ho Chi Minh City at the Hotel Equatorial. Since then, Future Shorts Vietnam has traveled not only across the city to new and exciting venues but has also expanded up to Hanoi and beyond. As HCMC continues to grow, Future Shorts Vietnam remains a unique becaon within its burgeoning arts and culture scene, creating a regular communal platform for audiences in Vietnam to connect to the world’s best short films and striving to foster arthouse cinema in HCMC.

Saturday, 15 November // 7pm (doors open) // 7.30pm (films screen)
Saigon Outcast
188/1 Nguyen Van Huong, Thao Dien, D2

VND 60,000 standard
VND 30,000 for students (with ID)
FREE for filmmakers (must bring copy of work)