CineMe Award Winning Shorts - Short Film Showcase & Networking
Where: The Tobacco Factory, Raleigh Road, Bedmister, Bristol,, BS3 1TF
When: 25 September 2012 7:00pm to 9:30pm
Join CineMe in September for a special 'CineMe Award Winning Shorts' - Showcasing the best short film talent and giving filmmakers a platform to screen their work, with the opportunity to network and socialise with other creatives.
Local short filmmaker, Matthew Freeth has chosen some of his favourite award winning short films, made by young aspiring filmmakers, who have screened their films at various film festivals and won numerous awards - Virgin Media Shorts, Landcrab, Purbeck and have been shown at Raindance, Venice and the BFI London Film Festival.
This months films include: Luke Snellin's Mixtape and its sequel Disco, which is set in July 1997 at the height of the Brit Pop era and Tony Blair's landslide election win; Chris Gavin's TXT Island, an animated typograhic adventure that was nominated for 'best short film' at the 2010 British Animation Awards; Dual, an innovative split screen thriller set in an evaculated office building as London is paralysed by terriorist attacks; Bolero, about an abused boy, who breaks from his miserable life after meeting a mysterious girl, who lives beyond a vent in a wall; Bristol filmmaker Ben Foley's Soulsavers music video for the song Revival; And Mustapha Kseibati's Painkiller, about street smart Dominic's armed robery of a convenience store that goes wrong when he crosses paths with Jay, a taxi driver with nothing to lose.
We will also be showing other short films with introductions by some of the makers, plus there will be a DVD and movie merchadise giveaway.
This months event takes place in the 'Green Room' of the Tobacco Factory Bar at 8pm. Please arrive before the start time to be seated.
Ticket prices -
Advanced ticket purchases - http://cinemeshorts3-eorg.eventbrite.com/
General Admission - £5.00.
Concessions - £3.00.
Crew members who have worked on screened films - £3.00.
The filmmaker screening their work - 'Free Entry.'
For more information please take a look at the CineMe website http://cinemefilms.com/
Entry Cost: £5.00 General Admission, £3.00 Concessions
Posted by: James Ewen | 05-09-2012
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