BAFTA Shorts 2015

Mon 15 Jun 2015 | 7.30pm | £5*

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BAFTA Shorts 2015

A feature length selection of superb live-action and animated short films, all of which have been nominated for this year’s British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA). This screening comprises of eight shorts from the most impressive British short filmmakers of 2014. An eye-opening night of variety that we’d recommend to all film lovers.

‘Cinema at its purest – this is an incredible set of mini-movies that leaves most multiplex flicks in the dust’ ★★★★★
LONDONIST

post-screening-talkPost-screening discussion: Hang around after the screening for an opportunity to chat about the films alongside a panel of film makers and enthusiasts. We’ll be talking about the strengths and pitfalls of the short film format and giving advice from experienced filmmakers about how to approach this dynamic and diverse area of filmmaking.

SPEAKERS:

Philip Ilson is the Director of the London Short Film Festival, which he co-founded in 2004. He is also the short film programmer for the BFI London Film Festival and has worked as a freelance programmer, including at the East End Film Festival, London, Cork Film Festival, Ireland, and the Branchage Festival, Jersey, Latitude music festival, and at Curzon Soho Cinema.

Sophie Brown is one of the judges for Aesthetica Short Film Festival. She is also a film journalist and writes for magazines including Aesthetica, Dazed & Confused and Sight & Sound. She also judges for Sheffield Doc/Fest and writes their short film catalogue. She has previewed for BFI London Film Festival (feature length).

SHORTS:

the-bigger-picture

The Bigger Picture, Daisy Jacobs, 8mins
Innovative life-size animated characters tell the stark and darkly humorous tale of caring for an elderly parent.

 

 

boogalooBoogaloo and Graham, Michael Lennox, 14mins
In 1970’s Belfast two young boys discover the facts of life with the help of their pet chickens.

 

 

 

monkey-love-experimentMonkey Love Experiments, Will Anderson, 9 mins
Inspired by love, a misguided monkey believes he is destined for the moon.

 

 

 

 

emotional-fuseboxEmotional Fusebox, Rachel Tunnard, 14 mins
Anna lives a hermit’s life in her Mum’s garden shed. She wants to stay there but her Mum has other plans.

 

 

 

my-dadMy Dad, Marcus Armitage, 6 mins
A Dad’s influence begins to take hold on a young boy’s world.

 

 

 

the-karman-lineThe Karman Line, Oscar Sharp, 24mins
A mother contracts an unusual condition that causes her to rise gradually into the air, as her family struggle to cope. Starring Olivia Colman.

 

 

slapSlap, Nick Rowland, 25mins
A teenage boxer must finally come to terms with his true colours.

 

 

 

three-brothersThree Brothers, Aleem Khan, 17 mins
Hamid struggles to care for his younger brothers when their father abandons them for Pakistan. A story inspired by true events.

 

 

 

 

BFI

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