CineMe Shorts - Short Film Showcase & Networking

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

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

The Summer season has finally arrived and CineMe returns with CineMe Shorts - Our monthly short film showcase for local filmmakers, creatives and film lovers.

This months CineMe Shorts will be the last event to be hosted by James Ewen, who set-up CineMe in 2008 with Joe Haynes. James will be talking abit about the history of CineMe, whilst also showing off our latest promotional video and discussing future plans for events and the website.

We will also be screening a great selection of short films including:-

U.S. drama Top Floor about a high powered hedge fund manager, whose world begins to collapse as he juggles his work life, fatherhood, his ex wife and one very big secret; the Film 4 financed short Dr Easy, which is a prologue for a planned feature adapatation of The Red Men; the 1998 Bolex Brothers award winning animation Keep In a Dry Place and Away From Children; BAFTA nominated director Luke Snellin's DISCO set in the summer of 1997 and at the height of Brit Pop; documentary The Shoemaker about 91 year old shoemaker and repairer Frank Catalfumo, who first opened doors to F&C shoes in 1945 and continues to work five days a week alongside his son Michael.

Other films include the impressive music video The Key by Jeff Desom, the award winning animation Slow Derek, plus local film talent will be on hand to introduce their films. The local short films include Spanco Films Jumping Man, Sarah Mallabar's music video Angelina Tout by the Zen Hussies, Declan Smith's Into the Light and two music videos from Yes Please Productions - The School's Why Do You Have To Break My Heart Again and Say You Love Me by the Attic Lights.

Admission:-

£5.00 General Admission

£3.00 Concessions (Students, 65+, crew members working on screened films)

See more at: http://cinemefilms.com/index.php?com=events&display=show&id=82#sthash.Atyv9hYk.dpuf

No advance ticket sales. Tickets available on the door only.

Entry Cost: £5 General Admission, £3 Concessions

Posted by: James Ewen | 17-07-2013

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

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