ARGENTINE FILM SCHOOL SPOTLIGHT June 15, 2:15 pm, Cumberland 3. Rating: NNNNN
A debate between Mozart and Beethoven moderated by some guy named Bach is the focus of the amusing Crummy Café (Rating: NNN), part of the Argentine Film School Spotlight.Other notables in the program include Other Cars (Rating: NNN), which tries to answer the question of what’s going on inside all the other vehicles on a busy boulevard, and the more experimental and poetic For Ever Every Time (Rating: NNN), about a man on a rooftop ledge reflecting on the life that brought him to this moment.
WORLDWIDE SHORT FILM FESTIVAL runs Tuesday (June 10) to June 15, various times. $10-$20, passes available. For complete schedule and venues, see Indie & Rep Film, page 105. 416-967-1528, www.shorterisbetter.com.