CineMe Shorts - The Bristol Premiere of the Fruits of Labour with a Q&A with George Purves

Where: The Tobacco Factory Bar (Green Room),, Raleigh Road, Bedminster, Bristol,, BS3 3JP

When: 28 January 2014 8:00pm to 10:30pm

Come to CineMe Shorts on January 28th, 8pm at the Tobacco Factory bar. We run these events every last Tuesday of the month and they provide local filmmakers with a platform to screen their short films to an audience. They also give creatives the opportunity to meet and network with like minded people, whilst also providing film lovers with an alternative to mainstream cinema offerings.

For January's event CineMe will be screening 11 short films including the Bristol premiere of George Purves' latest short film, The Fruits of Labour. The film will be followed by a Q&A with the director.

The Fruits of Labour is a 16 minute drama about a father and son living in a remote forest, who have their spiritual and ritualistic lives upturned when a young girl discovers their secluded home. Secrets are uncovered and jealousy builds as the father tries desperately to end his son's relationship with the girl before mother earth enacts her deadly revenge.

Other film highlights for January include the award winning animation Happily Ever After; the documentary Ice Music by I'm With Them Productions; Goodbye Mister de Vries; The Deer Stalker; the music videos Took Them Away by Rob Savage and Don't be a Can't by Paul Dudbrige; the animation work of American cartoonist Galen Perhrson and a debut film from Bristol actor Nigel Long with Escape Plan.

Admission:-

£5.00 Full Price, £3.00 Concessions (65+, Students and Crew Members).

No advance sales, tickets on the door only.

See www.cinemefilms.com for more details.

Entry Cost: £5 Full Price, £3 Concessions

Posted by: James Ewen | 27-01-2014

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

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