Arts & Entertainment

Park City Film showing Oscar-nominated shorts this weekend

PARK CITY, Utah — With the 94th Academy Awards roughly a month away, Park City Film is showcasing all of the Oscar-nominated short films this weekend at the Jim Santy Auditorium in the Park City Library.

A different collection of films will be shown each night. The programs start at 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and 6 p.m. on Sunday. The schedule is below:

Friday Night – Animated Shorts (97 min)
(R-rated equivalent and not appropriate for children under the age of 18)
– Affairs of the Art (UK/Canada, 17min), dir. Joanna Quinn, Les Mills
– Bestia (Chile, 16min), dir. Hugo Covarrubias
– Robin Robin (UK, 31min), dir. Daniel Ojari, Michael Please
– The Windshield Wiper (Spain, 14min), dir. Alberto Mielgo

Saturday Night – Documentary Shorts (160 min)
(PG-13 and R rating equivalent)
– Audible (USA, 38min), dir. Matt Ogens
– Lead Me Home (USA, 39min), dir. Pedro Kos, Jon Shenk
– The Queen of Basketball (USA, 22min), dir. Ben Proudfoot
– Three Songs for Benazir (Afghanistan, 22min), dir. Gulistan Mirzaei, Elizabeth Mirzaei
– When We Were Bullies (Germany,/USA, 22min), dir. Jay Rosenblatt

Sunday Night – Live Action Shorts (125 min)
(R-rated equivalent)
– Ala Kachuu – Take and Run (Switzerland, 38min), dir. Maria Brendle
– On My Mind (Denmark, 18min), dir. Martin Strange-Hansen
– Please Hold (USA, 19min), dir. KD Davila
– The Dress (Poland, 30min), dir. Tadeusz Lysiak
– The Long Goodbye (UK, 12min), dir. Aneil Karia


Complete film descriptions and trailers

Park City Film requires all patrons to provide proof of full vaccination in order to attend film screenings. They are operating at 60% capacity at the Jim Santy Auditorium and masks are required for all patrons without exception.

How (and where) to watch the 2022 Oscar nominees online

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