CineMe Shorts - Short Films & Networking
Where: Tobacco Factory Cafe Bar, Raleigh Road, Bedminster, Bristol,, BS3 1TF
When: 28 October 2014 8:00pm to 10:30pm
It's that time yet again... The last Tuesday of the month... Another evening of the 'best' short films made by local filmmakers and beyond. It's CineMe Shorts - Your films, your cinema.
Each month CineMe host an evening that promotes the best short films made by emerging talent working in animation, documentary, drama, music videos and experimental content. The events also highlight the work being made by Bristol filmmakers and production houses, who are invited to talk about the films they have made. CineMe also provides networking opportunities as people attend the events to socialise and work on short film projects being made in Bristol and the South West.
In October CineMe will be screening 13 short films. The highlights include:-
The science fiction, action adventure, Envoy, about a young boy who discovers a deadly alien creature and winds up entangled in a top secret government investigation. Scott Calonico's humorous documentary The Silly Bastard Next To The Bed, where in 1963, JFK recorded one of the most foul-mouthed telephone calls made from the White House. The award winning short pixilation film Stanley Pickle, directed by National Film and Television graduate Vicky Mather, which explores Stanley's chance encounter with a mysterious Girl. Together with director Martin Rosete's Voice Over, where a French narrator jumps from one dramatic scene to another one, confused about the story that he is trying to tell and fighting with himself until he finally finds it.
Local short films include the latest animation from Piski Films called Giant Bolster - Piski tells the Cornish Tales. The drama Stuart and Kate from Long Arm Films. Two animations from animator and filmmaker Laura Tofarides (Facet and Verglas). The music documentary UKF Meets Reeps One from creative video production company Film Tank. Two comedy sketches from Shunk Productions called Scent of a Workman and Trumping. The music video Bad Jack by the band Nasty Little Lonely. Together with the drama Coeur De Pierre by Michael Morris and Santosh Veeranki.
£3.00 Concessions (NUS Holders, 60+ and Bristol Crew members)
No advance tickets. Tickets only available on the door.
Entry Cost: £5.00 General, £3.00 Concessions
Posted by: James Ewen | 17-10-2014
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