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Still: Hock Hiap Leong

Bitesize Summer Autumn Finale

23 Nov 2006

Bitesize Cinema returns with an exclusive feature length compilation of new shorts from the finest emerging talent. Featuring the hottest new short films from our Summer & Autumn programmes, crossing genres of animation, drama, comedy and musical with a Q&A with the filmmakers afterwards and complementary beer from Cobra. A one-off feast of shorts not to be missed.

Programme

  • Cubs

    Dir Tom Harper, UK 2006, 9 minutes

    A gang of inner city kids have discovered a fresh sport: the dark new world of urban fox hunting. Starring Ashley Walters (Bullet Boy, Life'n'Lyrics), this acclaimed short introduces stunning new filmmaking talent in director Tom Harper, one of Screen International's Stars of Tomorrow.

    Winner of Rushes Sohoshorts - Best Short 2006

  • Death Of The Revolution

    Dir The Blaine Brothers, UK 2005, 6 minutes

    When Tony is told off for stealing a pencil, his ten year-old logic seethes at the injustice. What course of action is open to him other than to inspire a juvenile revolt? With truth, justice and his comrade pupils marching by his side, what can possibly stop him?

    Offical Selection Edinburgh Film Festival 06

  • Love Me Or Leave Me Alone

    Dir Duane Hopkins, UK 2003, 16 minutes

    A young boy, a young girl. Against the backdrop of the countryside they try to understand and express their feelings for one another. A study in the articulations and limitations of first love.

    Winner Best Short at Edinburgh Film Fest

     

  • The Grotlyn

    Dir Benji Davies, UK 2006, 6 minutes

    I know when the Grotlyn's been,
    Slipping through your house unseen,
    I see the wicked path it went,
    With mischief making mal-intent,
    This creature with a blackened heart, Its demon soul now withered dark...

    Official Selection at Edinburgh, London Animation and Sohoshorts Film Fests 2006

  • Vagabond Shoes

    Dir Jackie Oudney, UK 2006, 18 minutes

    On a Friday night in London, Alec, an enigmatic homeless man, sits across the street from a black-tie party at a posh hotel. A chance occurrence gives Alec the opportunity to enter a high society gathering, where the layers of his personality and past are revealed to an unsuspecting audience.

    Winner of Best Short at Kodak/Bafta Showcase 2006
    Winner of Best Short at N.Y.C Shorts Film Fest 2005
    Winner of Grand Jury Prize at Lille Film Fest 06

  • Who I Am And What I Want

    Dir Chris Shepherd & David Shrigley, UK 2005, 8 minutes

    This film is about who I am and what I want. It's NOT about who YOU are and what YOU want. You always think everything I make is about you but it's not. It's all about me...

    Winner of an astonishing nine International Best Short Awards

  • Hock Hiap Leong

    Dir Royston Tan, Singapore 2005, 7 minutes

    A filmmaker's glowing and heartwarming tribute to a 55-year-old Signapore coffee shop, set for imminent demolition as part of a re-development. The building may be gone but the scent of coffee and the community spirit live on in vivid musical memory.

    Offical Selection at over 20 International Film Festivals

  • Gash

    Dir Rong, UK 2005, 3 minutes

    What does it take to win an award these days and to be recognised as a groundbreaking filmmaker?

    A child cries, a crack addict mother tries to comfort him. This is social realism. This is Gash

  • Love Letter

    Dir Richard Fenwick, UK 2005, 11 minutes

    Staring rising star Jamie Winstone, this is a tense and sweet story of a lovesick boy trying to find the right way to give the girl of his dreams a love letter.

    Winner of Best Short at Smirnoff Talent Awards 2005

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