CineMe Shorts - Short Films & Networking

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

When: 29 September 2015 8:00pm to 10:30pm

It's that time of the month again.  CineMe are back with another curated evening of high quality short films, showcasing films made locally, nationally and internationally.

Every month CineMe screen short films in a social setting, allowing local filmmakers to network and for film buffs to watch some of the most interesting films being made by talented filmmakers working with the short form.  CineMe run sociable and friendly screenings, which champion indie filmmaking.  We also like to get the audience involved with our popular vote with the winner announced just days after the event.

So what are this month's short film highlights:-

There's Andrew Napier's dark comedy Grandma's Not A Toaster.  A film about three siblings who plan to steal their ailing grandmother's fortune, without realising grandma has a plot of her own.

The stop-motion musical Miss Todd, produced by Kristina Yee and made at the National Film and Television School.  The film is set in 1909 and follows Miss Todd's dreams of becoming the first woman to design and build an airplane.

The clever comedy Mr. Foley directed by filmmaking duo Mike Ahern and Enda Loughman.  Mr. Foley is about a man who wakes up in a hospital bed to find that he is not alone.  He is accompanied by a pair of Foley artists and a small musical troupe providing a score.

The acclaimed drama Karaoke which premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival and also won Best Drama on the Short of the Week website.  The film is set on a night out in New York City with a young man avoiding his day-to-day problems.

CineMe will also be showcasing a number of short films made by Bristol filmmakers.  This includes photographer Nim Jethwa's popular viral timelapse A Little Bristol Film.  Matty Groves documentary about the vanished riverside resort Severn Beach in Welcome To Severn Beach.  Joey Beard's Sci-Fi 48 Hour Challenge entry Drip Feed.  Ndubuisi Aja's Rabbit about a woman in an abusive relationship, who seeks revenge.  Kurt Mathisen's homage to the 1980's action genre Postal Service.  Together with two comedy sketches from Old Rope Films, Super Sunday and A Quick Bite.


£5.00 Full Price and £3.00 Concessions (NUS Holders, 60+ and Bristol Crew members).

Doors open at 19:40pm with films starting at 20:00pm.  Tickets available on the door only.  No advance sales.

Entry Cost: £5 General and £3 Concessions

Posted by: James Ewen | 16-09-2015

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