CineMe Shorts - Screening of Stanton Trust With a Q&A With the Director & Writer

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

When: 31 March 2015 8:00pm to 10:30pm

It's that time of the month again. CineMe return to the Tobacco Factory for their regular short film slot, showcasing filmmakers locally, nationally and internationally.

For our March event CineMe are screening 9 short films. The headline film will be Stanton Trust, which was made in Bristol, and follows Simon, the sole employee of a nonsensical company, who is pushed to his limits in order to succeed. The screening will be accompanied by an audience talk and Q&A with the films director Sam Haire and its writer Martin Hall.

Other highlights for March include:-

Aoife McArdle's Every Breaking Wave: Set on the streets of Northern Ireland in the 1980s and follows two teenagers, who fall in love amongst the ongoing violence. The short film's emotional core is centered around Every Breaking Wave and The Troubles. Two tracks drawn from U2's most recent album Songs of Innocence.

Isabelle Neill and Josh Embury's documentary Time and Tide: A film that looks at the lives of a group of Clevedon swimmers (aged between 10 and 80), who plunge into the icy waters of the Bristol channel every day of the year - rain or shine.

Don't Shoot the Mermaid's latest comedy #Selfie from the award winning trio, based in London UK.

Joe Tucker's award winning animation For the Love of God, featuring the voices of Steve Coogan and Ian McKellen and about one man's attempt to have an unholy union with God.

Ramin Serry's comedy Don't Call It A Comeback about a Manhattan bachelor who dies and tries to convince an angel to put him back into his body, so he can have a one night-stand.

Plus there's Taylor Engel's noir-esque short The Pavement. Graeme Maguire's experimental film Mother and the latest comedy work from Bristol's Shunk Films called Riddles In the Park.


£5.00 General Admission

£3.00 Concessions (NUS Holder, 60 years + & Bristol Crew members)

Admission on the door only. No advance sales available.


Entry Cost: £5 General & £3 Concessions

Posted by: James Ewen | 25-03-2015

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