Each year Berlin subway commuters are treated to a film festival. From September 22 – October 4, 2011, ultra short films (usually less than 90 seconds in length) are shown on subway car monitors. This year, the films are being viewed in both Berlin and Seoul. Each day a new film is shown and commuters can vote for the film they like the best.

I rarely use the subway these days since I rely on my bicycle to get around. Luckily, I can view the films online and cast my vote. This year I had a lot of favorites, including Egg Rolls (Korea), Lucky (Great Britain), Low Consumption Hero (Iran), Daydreams (Great Britain) and Missing (Germany). There are 26 films in the festival so there is something for everyone.