CineMe Shorts - Short Film Showcase & Networking

Where: The Tobacco Factory, Raleigh Road, Bedminster, Bristol, BS3 1TF

When: 26 March 2013 8:00pm to 10:30pm

Join CineMe on March 26th for CineMe Shorts - Another evening packed with exceptional short films made by indepedent filmmakers and emerging talent.

CineMe Shorts gives local filmmakers the opportunity to screen their films, network with other creatives, whilst it also gives the general public an opportunity to watch films they would not be able to see at their local cinema.

The main screening this month is the award winning short film The Man at the Counter, directed by American Brian McAllistair and starring Tom Everett Scott (An American Werewolf In Paris and That Thing You Do). The film is best described as a Capraesque story about life, love and sugar packets and was also a staff pick from Vimeo and hailed by the website Short of the Week.

This months other highlights include: -

Director Rachel Tillotson's I'll Tell You, which won the 2011 Encounters Best of the South West Showcase; the crime thriller/horror Bigger and Badder; a series of shorts starring Bristol actor Alan Medcroft including the powerful WW2 film Vive La France; the brilliant stop motion animation My Strange Grandfather made by the Russian State University of Cinematography; various comedy sketches from a group of actors who run a website called Don't Shoot the Mermaid; plus Bristol composer Chris Lever will be talking about two films he has worked on - Adorn and The Pool.

In total we will be showing 13 short films at a running time of just under 2 hours. The screening starts at 8pm, so please arrive in time to be seated. The event takes place in the green room of the Tobacco Factory Bar.

Tickets:-

Advance Tickets - http://cinemeshorts02.eventbrite.com/

General Admission £5.00

Concessions / Crew £3.00

The filmmaker who submitted the film free entry

For more information, take a look at our CineMe website event listing http://www.cinemefilms.com/index.php?com=events&display=show&id=72

Entry Cost: £5 General Admission, £3 Concessions

Posted by: James Ewen | 18-03-2013

Contact the event organiser: james.ewen@cinemefilms.com

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