CineMe Shorts - Includes screening of Scratching the Surface and Q&A

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

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

CineMe Shorts takes place on November 26th and provides a platform for short filmmakers to screen their work in front of an audience. It also gives creatives the opportunity to network with like-minded people.

This months CineMe Shorts includes the screening of 10 films. We will be announcing the audience favourite from October's event and will be showing the documentary Scratching the Surface, followed by a Q&A with the films director Nathan Hughes.

Scratching the Surface is an impressionistic profile of the Bristol Enterprise Zone, looking at its people and the socio-economic processes animating it. Weaving through waterways, lost histories and gleaming new developments, the film reveals what the regeneration of 74 hectares in the historic heart of Bristol mean to those impacted by it.

Other shorts being shown include Stuart Fryer's drama Ups and Downs about a relationship between two brothers, one with Down's Syndrome during a house party that goes terribly wrong. The animated music video Bigger the Front by Sue Elliott. Francesco Calabrese's I Killler, which is set in Italy in the summer of 1987 and looks at the infamous "Killer" gang initiating its two newest members. Jamie Brightmore's photographic timelapse of his favourite Gromit statues for the Gromit Unleashed project. Two comedy shorts from Bristol filmmaker Elliot Jackson and the unusual sci-fi short, True Skin.

After the screenings, networking will take place in the main bar area. The short films will be shown in the 'Green Room' from 8pm and audience members can rate each film. The audience favourite will be announced at January's event.


£5.00 General, £3.00 Concessions (65+, students & crew members)

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Entry Cost: £5.00 General, £3.00 Concessions (65+, students & crew members)

Posted by: James Ewen | 13-11-2013

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