The Last Days of Peter Bergmann - A man calling himself Peter Bergmann arrived in an Irish town with a plan to disappear forever.In 2009, the grey-haired man arrived by bus in the seaport town of Sligo in Ireland. Under the name Peter Bergmann, he checked into a hotel and carried three large pieces of luggage to his room. Over the next three days, he was captured by closed-circuit security cameras leaving the hotel with a full plastic bag and returning to his room with nothing. On the fourth day, he went to the nearby seaside village of Rosses Point, where he would later wash up on the shore. When it was later revealed that no Peter Bergmann ever existed, local authorities were left with a puzzling, seemingly unanswerable question: who was this man? A haunting mystery unraveled through a combination of eye-witness interviews and CCTV footage, The Last Days of Peter Bergmann is an existential rumination on a mysterious man’s story – or perhaps on its absence. The Last Days of Peter Bergmann was an official selection at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, and won Best Documentary Short Film at the 2014 Melbourne International Film Festival.