New Shorts: Autism-Friendly Screening
Institute of Contemporary Arts

Dogs at Polling Stations, Dir. Ian Mantigani UK, 8 min

Oska Bright are back at LSFF for their fourth year with a short film screening in a friendly, laid back environment for audiences on the autism spectrum or with sensory learning disabilities. The programme features a selection of highlights from the Oska Bright archives and suitable entertaining picks from this year’s LSFF programme.

Audiences will fall in love with dogs waiting patiently at polling stations, frogs and goldfish, a gentle introduction to the art of knitting and calming images of seaside erosion.


Ian Mantigani, Dogs at Polling Stations, UK, 8 min

Kerry Harrison, A Short Film in F Major, UK, 2 min

Duncan Cowles, Taking Stock, UK, 5 min

Ellen Sampson, Fen Bridges: Forty Foot of Vermuden's Drain to the Great Ouse, UK, 7 min

Julian Hand, Erosion: Interstate of Change, UK 5 min

Sofia Bohdanowicz, Veslemøy’s Song, Canada, 9 min

Susan Street, Cross Stitch Chain Stitch French Knot, UK 5 min

Anita Safowaa, A Single Bracelet Does Not Jingle, UK 4 min

William Glass, Two Inches Above the Ground, UK, 4 min

Back to Back Theatre, Radial, Australia, 4 min
03:30 pm
Mon, 14 Jan 2019
Cinema 1

£0.00 to £13.00 + £1.00 per ticket

All films are ad-free and 18+ unless otherwise stated. Groups are advised to arrive early as seating is unallocated.

Red Membership includes free access to all programmes for £16.66 / month.