CineMe Shorts - Short Film Showcase & Networking

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

When: 27 May 2014 8:00pm to 10:30pm

It's that time of the month again. The last Tuesday of the month... That means CineMe Shorts at the Tobacco Factory Bar.

CineMe's monthly film events have been described as an enjoyable and social night out, providing the audience with a good range of films and the opportunity to meet other film buffs and filmmaking talent.

For May's CineMe Shorts we will be showing 13 short films. The highlights for this month's program include:-

Bram Schouw's Sevilla, which centres around three youngsters who go on a roadtrip that will change their lives forever.

Jim Smith's riveting documentary The Man Who Fell From the Sky, which explores life on a surburban street in Richmond, which is disrupted by the arival of a dead body that fell from an aeroplane destined for Heathrow Airport.

The drama Ashes, directed by Bristol talent Paul Dudbridge (Hanover Pictures), about a boy, a father and a grandfather, who go on an ill fated roadtrip to scatter the grandmother's ashes.

The winner of the Sundance London Shorts Competition, Russian Roulette, which was made on a budget of just £50.

Record/Play by director Jesse Atlas, where war, fate and a broken walkman transcend space and time in a Sci-Fi love story.

Other films include Pac-Man: The Movie (Steelehouse Productions); Martin Hall's comedy Wrongly A-Queue-Sed; the Wonky Films animation Writers' Block (Tom Gran and Martin Woolley); the documentary Out of Mind about treatments used in psychiatric asylums during the 1950's (Jack Hinchey); the drama Sight; together with music videos from Jamie Sampson and Sam Wisternoff of Ill Spectre Productions.


£5.00 General Admission

£3.00 Concessions (NUS holders, 65+ and crew members)

Tickets available on the door only. No advance sales.

Entry Cost: £5.00 General, £3 Concessions (NUS holders, 65+ and crew members)

Posted by: James Ewen | 15-05-2014

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