CineMe Shorts - Short Film Showcase and Networking Event
Where: The Tobacco Factory Bar, Raleigh Road, Bedminster, Bristol, BS3 1TF
When: 27 November 2012 8:00pm to 10:30pm
Join us for the last CineMe Shorts of 2012 at The Tobacco Factory Bar.
Our November event gives short filmmakers, animators, music video directors and documentary makers the platform to screen their work in front of a live audience. We also pride ourselves on showing quality short films and providing an alternative film programme to mainstream cinemas, with an evenings entertainment aimed at film buffs and creatives looking to network and meet people to help make their own films.
Our last CineMe Shorts of 2012 will include two main attractions - We will be screening Bristol zombie movie Blaise, which was funded by Bristol City Council and through Crowd Funding and will be joined by directors Ben James, Scott Wharram and producers Gabriela Staniszewska and Paul Hassan.
We will also be joined by talented short film producer Michael Berliner, who runs Pico Pictures in London. Michael will be talking via Skype about the role of the producer and we will be showing two films - 2008's, The Whore and School Portrait.
Other highlights for November include official Cannes selection Fubar Redux, an epic story of an on-going political war told in an alternate reality with cats and dogs; Bristol filmmaker, Oliver Purches' comedy short You Can Be My Wingman Anytime; live action and animation piece Champagne Capitalist by Tristan Martin; the excellent student short film New With Tags starring actress Marley Hamilton; international films Crumb Catchers and Musafir, plus films directed by Guy Gotto, David Hewitt, Richard Gale and animator Liam Tate.
Advanced tickets available at http://cinemeshorts3-eorg.eventbrite.com/
Full price - ?5.00.
Concessions and crew members involved in screened fllms - ?3.00.
The filmmaker who has submitted the film being shown 'free entry.'
For more info see the CineMe website listing http://www.cinemefilms.com/index.php?com=events&display=show&id=62
Entry Cost: ?5 Full Price, ?3 Concessions
Posted by: James Ewen | 10-11-2012
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