Two days of awarded short films, animations and documentaries explore the definition of love and the resorts of attraction in various cultures at Erotic Shorts, event from the creators of the popular short films festival in Bucharest, ShortsUP.

Friday, March 20, the event will open with Futon (2014), short film directed by Yoriko Mizushiri, a 2014 Japanese production exploring sensuality as a state of art. A second highlight in the program is The Perfect Man (1967), directed by Jorgen Leth, Danish short film on the ideal of the human body throughout the history.

Tickets and passes for the screenings on March 20 and 21 can be purchased in advance online on or from the Eventim network in three stages: early bird, until March 13 – at the price of RON 15 per evening and RON 40 for both evenings of the event, on pre-sale during March 13 – 20 – at the price of RON 30 per evening or RON 50 for both evenings, and on the evenings of the event at the Cinema PRO ticket office – at the price of RON 40 per evening and RON 60 for both evenings.
Tickets for the screenings also include access to an exhibition on the organic principles of love.

The program at the Erotic Shorts will be shortly available on the official ShortsUP website.

The event is addressed to viewers over 18 years of age.