Cinecity 15th Brighton Film Festival

10 - 26 November

Still from No Pressure short film

12 Nov 12:00 pm: Brighton Screenings: Dramas

Director: Various

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Films selected from open submissions to CINECITY, made by local filmmakers or with a local subject and completed in the last year.

FILMS TO BREAK PROJECTORS / Dir: Tim Grabham. 5 mins.
Gluing, scraping and splicing old film strips creates unprojectable celluloid collages. Reanimating the material reveals the motion within as traces of ambiguous narratives emerge from the complex loops.

CRUSH / Dir: Rosie Westhoff. 8 mins.
A coming-of-age film about a girl’s first crush.

THE GOOSE HUNTER / Dir: Jess Dadds. 6 mins.
A short, surreal comedy/satire set on the marshland of the Isle of Thanet. The film follows a paranoid bird watcher bemoaning the influx of migratory geese.

HUM / Dir: Stefano Nurra. 15 mins.
A grieving plumber, tormented by a sound seemingly only he can hear, seeks help from a disgraced quantum physicist.

LIVIN’ THE DREAM / Dir: Tom J Kelly. 2 mins.
A man gets caught in a daydream where all his Hollywood fantasies come to life.

NO PRESSURE / Dir: Laurence Donoghue. 4 mins.
A short, offbeat comedy about feeling isolated and alone in today’s world, No Pressure focuses on a young man who is fed up of feeling like he’s going nowhere and begins to look for a solution. Photographed by Alex Underwood.

OUT THERE / Dir: Adnan Mangral. 14 mins.
There’s something out there and it’s worrying Louis. He finds himself venturing into the wilderness, away from suburbia, to hunt it down. But maybe he should look closer to home.

SALON SHUFFLE / Dir: Ross Jameson. 3 mins.
Just a trim today, sir? Got anything nice planned?
Forget all that, in this short film we’re in a Brighton hair salon and this is
no ordinary haircut…

CHALK / Dir: Lauren Jupp. 12 mins.
A coming-of-age short that follows teenage Kelsey, who is a key pawn in the scams her grandad runs at his snooker club.

TOOTH FAIRY / Dir: Justin Spray. 15 mins.
Madeleine has a craving for children’s teeth. What will she do to satisfy her yearning and where will it take her?

All tickets for this event: £5.

Produced in: UK

Running time: 85 mins

12A

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