CineMe Shorts - Includes screening of Maria and Q&A

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

When: 30 April 2013 8:00pm to 10:30pm

Join CineMe every last Tuesday of the month for CineMe Shorts at the Tobacco Factory.

Our monthly events give independent filmmakers the opportunity to screen their short films in front of an audience. They also give Bristol creatives the chance to network and collaborate on their own projects.

CineMe pride itself on screening high quality short films including dramas, comedies, animations and documentaries. Our April set-list includes a range of films selected by CineMe and includes the main screening of the film Maria, which was filmed in Bristol and directed by Paul Dudbridge and will include a question/answer session with the director.

Maria tells the story of a young escort who decides to take herself back to school to help get her life back on track. Things get complicated when a familiar face walks in to teach the class. The film premiered at the Encounters International Film Festival in 2011 and stars local acting talent Amy Burnett and Jason Bailey.

Other highlights in April include U.S. short The Come Up about an ambitious production assistant who pulls off a daring heist on a Hollywood film set to impress the films producer in order to pitch his screenplay. Animation The Blackwater Gospel made by 8 students of the Animation workshop. Santoshmohan Veeranki's latest short The End which is told with no dialogue and in non-linear fashion. Gordon Emanuel's animation Atem which was made at the Film School Wales and two music videos made by Martin Rhys Davis, who has worked for Aardman Animation and Bolex Brothers.

We will be screening a selection of other films on the night. The total running duration will be 2 hours approx, which will include an interval and the Q&A with Paul Dudbridge.

The programme starts at 8pm, so please arrive on time to be seated. Capacity 60 approx. Tickets on the door only, no advance sales.

General Admission - £5.00

Concessions/Crew - £3.00

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Entry Cost: £5 General Admission, £3 Concessions

Posted by: James Ewen | 15-04-2013

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