Shorts in the South | May 2016

May 04 2016 19:00 - 22:30

Stanley Halls, 12 South Norwood Hill, SE25 6AB London


Fancy rubbing shoulders with some of South East London’s most talented filmmakers? Curious to see London’s southern hemisphere depicted on the big screen?

Shorts in the South will return for a 3rd edition in May to showcase the very best in local filmmaking talent through a programme of short films linked to South East London. Fire up your senses in the cosy eaves of Stanley Halls with a pick-and-mix selection of comedy, horror, drama and animation, followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers. And don’t forget to join us in the bar after the show!

Doors 7pm / Films 7.30pm

Films:

CRACK (2015)
Peter King
12 mins
A new craze is taking over the streets of London. It won't be long until underground conker fighting is out of control.

LOVE ME TINDER (2015)
Sami Abusamra
10 mins
A dark comedy about an encounter between two lonely strangers.

11 CHURCHES (2014)
Andrew Bone
8 mins
A documentary about kicking a football inside churches garners some contrasting reactions and theories from members of the clergy to ex-professional footballers.

THE GRAVEYARD CARETAKER (2013)
Molly Brown
5 mins
A graveyard caretaker dreams of becoming a professional dancer.

HUNGRY (2015)
Anna Granas
8 mins
A short film about relationship and trust.

ONE FOR ONE (2015)
Jack Ivins
10 mins
Two Guys. One Murder. No Clue

RABBIT HOLE (2013)
Oliver Wilkins
6 mins
Artist and taxidermist Tia Reslure dissects the traumas of her private life, opening the door to a personal cabinet of curiosities.

THE STOMACH (2014)
Ben Steiner
15 mins
Frank's had enough. A spirit medium whose unique method of channeling the dead is putting his own life at risk. He wants out. But others have plans of their own.

General Admission

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