Lite Bites #4 - Spring Special

Apr 29 2018 15:00 - 19:00

Peckham Springs, 22A Blenheim Grove, SE15 4QN London

A Sunday afternoon filled with a great variety of short documentaries, animations and narrative films. Featuring works that tell important stories from all over the World.

Program of the day

16.00 - Screenings Start

Flight – Laura Wadha (11mins)

Two young sisters who arrive in Sweden having fled the war in Syria are becoming teenagers in a new world. They try to hold on to the fond memories of their once beautiful home while struggling to deal with the repercussions of growing up surrounded by war.

Geist – Giant Animation Studios (11mins)

A shipwrecked fisherman is led to a dark secret.

Marathon – Kamil Iwanowicz (5mins)

Aiden plans to run in a marathon, but the event day arrives sooner than expected.

Tough – Jennifer Zheng (5mins)

Some things can only be understood with maturity. New light is shed on childhood cultural misunderstandings when a Chinese mother and her British born daughter speak as adults for the first time.

Directed By Tweedie - Duncan Cowels (17mins)

Making a film when you’re 87 is less than convenient.

17:00 – Interval break for drinks and food

17:30 – Second round of films start

Adrift – Jon Mark Oldmeadow (15mins)

Traditional musician Shohrat Tursun from Uyghur, an autonomous region of northwestern China, takes us on an emotional self-reflective journey through his personal archive of photographs, home videos and Japanese TV footage, some of which he hasn't seen for decades

Extn.21 – Lizzie Oxby (9mins)

Extn.21 uses an innovative blend of atmospheric stop-frame animation, live action performance and digital effects to tell a story about one man’s desire to be heard and create a dark world of uncertain reality.

Taking Stock – Duncan Cowles (4mins)

Using his failed attempts at creating profitable stock footage, a filmmaker reflects on the absurd, mundane and funny side of being trapped inside your own head as an out of work, self-employed freelancer.

Double with slight pepper – Ian Harnarine (16mins)

Set in rural Trinidad during Christmas, the story centres around a young street food vendor that must decide if he will help save his estranged father’s life.

The Swimming Club - Ceci Golding and Nick Finegan (9mins)

A documentary exploring what a public swimming pool can do to create inclusive spaces for trans bodies.

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