CineMe Presents Sensational Shorts - Chosen by Bristol Filmmaker & Music Video Director Matt Freeth

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

When: 26 August 2014 8:00pm to 10:30pm

CineMe returns to its monthly residence the Tobacco Factory Cafe Bar. However, this month we're offering something different as we welcome Bristol filmmaker and music video director Matt Freeth (, who will be hosting and curating the evenings program.

Matt has directed a number of short films and music videos. His Sci-Fi drama Luke & The Void was funded by the UK Film Council and the South West Screen Digital Shorts scheme, and was an official selection for the Encounters Film Festival in 2009. He has directed music videos for Editors, To My Boy and Alkaline Trio, together with making two fictional projects for the Sci-Fi London 48 Hour Film Challenge, called The Port and Silent Phantom.

For this evening Matt will be selecting some of the best, most inspiring, challenging and exciting short films he has seen. These include Oscar nominated and award winning films from around the globe by some of the most talented young filmmakers to emerge in short film. Highlights from the film program include Josh Tanner's award winning short The Landing; Daniel Askill's We Have Decided Not To Die, which won prizes at the South By Southwest Festival and Clermont-Ferrand; the animated short Fresh Guacamole which was nominated for an Academy Award; the music video Frameless by Hudson and Troop; The Raftman's Razor which was added to the film collection of the Museum of Modern Art in 2009, together with other short film gems.

The event is aimed at movie buffs and filmmakers looking to be inspired by some of the most interesting and imaginative work being made with the short medium of film. So come along... Be inspired... And watch a selection of unique films you would not be able to see at your local cinema.


£5.00 General

£3.00 Concessions (NUS Holders, Bristol Crew Members & 65+)

No advance sales. Tickets only available on the door.

For more information on Matt Freeth and his film work visit his website (, or his Vimeo Page (

Entry Cost: £5.00 General, £3.00 Concessions

Posted by: James Ewen | 03-09-2014

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