Our annual showcase of short film at its most experimental. Manipulations and montage transport us through MRI scans, Craigslist ads and spam inboxes, with soundscapes built from the churnings of satellites, dipping into Swedish arachnid magic and Ghanaian folklore. We see the return of filmmakers Andrew Kötting and Guli Silberstein, new talent from further afar in Marnie Ellen Hertzler and Canadian filmmaker Guy Maddin paying homage to Hitchcock’s Rear Window. 96 min
Andrew Kötting, Their Rancid Words Stagnate Our Ponds, UK, 9 min
Guli Silberstein, Impressure, UK, 5 min
Michael Salkeld, M a n u f a c t u r e d C o n v e r s a t i o n, UK, 5 min
Sophie Thompson, TSE/M, UK, 4 min
Rahim Moledina, They Arrive, UK, 1 min
Nick Jordan, Kobbwebjar, UK, 5 min
James Uren, Astroturf, UK, 1 min
Anita Safowaa, A Single Bracelet Does Not Jingle, UK, 3 min
Rahim Moledina, West Runton 06, UK, 1 min
Myles Painter, Desktop Drama, UK, 10 min
Rebecca Culverhouse, #Eatpretty, UK, 4 min
Tom Lock Griffiths, Mistral, UK, 14 min
Matt Smith/Kate Papi, Un Balcon à Fleurs, UK, 8 min
Anne Verheij, Offset, UK, 5 min
Marnie Ellen Hertzler, Hi I Need to Be Loved, US, 11 min
Guy Maddin / Galen Johnson / Evan Johnson, Accidence, Canada, 10 min
Please note, this programme comes with a strobe warning.
Sun, 13 Jan 2019
All films are ad-free and 18+ unless otherwise stated, and start with a 10 min. curated selection of trailers.
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