CineMe Shorts - Short Film Showcase & Networking

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

When: 29 October 2013 8:00pm to 10:30pm

CineMe provides a platform for filmmakers to screen their short films to an audience at our monthly CineMe Shorts events. It also gives creatives the opportunity to meet like minded people and for film buffs and enthusiasts to experience films that they would not be able to see at their local cinema.

For this months event we are introducing a voting system, where audience members will be able to rate each film and the results (e.g. the top 3 rated shorts), will be revealed at the November event on the 26th. We have also shortened the overall running duration to 70 minutes to allow feedback and a networking session, which will take place at the end of the evening in the Tobacco Factory Bar.

At this months CineMe Shorts we will be showing 11 films and as usual there will be a strong Bristol flavour with some of the filmmakers on hand to talk about their films.

October's set-list includes:-

The must see science fiction short Controller about a girl that can control everything and perpetrates her own rescue by taking control of her boyfriend

The musical visual journey and the first of a series of fables Kin, which won Best Cinematography at the Fantasia International Film Festival 2013, in the Quebac Short Film Category.

A Little Bit Country directed by London filmmaker Amy Coop, which tells the story of a teenager who harbours a dark secret that he likes country music. The film stars Tim McInnerny (Black Adder, Notting Hill, 101 Dalmatians) and Kazia Pelka (Heartbeat, The Bill and Family Affairs).

3 clever comedy sketches from female trio Don't Shoot the Mermaid, award winning animations Girl and Robot and Dragonboy, together with films from Bristol comedy animator Liam Tate, Martin Rhys Davies with one of his music videos and Pablo de las Cuevas with a Bristol timelapse.

CineMe Shorts starts at 8pm in the Green Room of the Tobacco Factory Bar.


£5.00 General Admission

£3.00 Concessions (Students, 65+ and crew members)
Advance tickets available at

Entry Cost: £5 General Admission, £3 Concessions

Posted by: James Ewen | 14-10-2013

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