Cinecity 15th Brighton Film Festival

10 - 26 November

First Acts from Random Acts

13 Nov 7:00 pm: Random Acts – First Acts + Q&A

Director: Various

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In partnership with Carousel, Screen South and the Ignition Network are proud to present a selection of First Acts short films.

These films are part of the Ignition Random Acts programme, which is funded by Arts Council England in collaboration with CH4 Random Acts.  First Acts supports artists and film-makers aged 16 – 24 to make 3 minute films that are bold expressions of creativity.

The first part of the screening will celebrate the South East region with films made by emerging artist film-makers and the second part will focus on disability with First Acts films from around the UK.

Part 1: South East submissions (44mins)

Panoramic – James Ivett
One Diving, One Falling – Daisy Cauty & Martha Canning
Kitchen Sink – Vivienne West
The Kaleidoscope Boy – Molly Singer-Kingsmith
The Rat King – Jess Dadds
Ground-Mending – Jemma Gould
Hiveminds – Gabriella Ditton, Oliver Pendle, Tom Willis
Unordinary – Sidonie Carey-Green
Walk of Shame – Maisie Buck
Duality – Tilly Harding-Kemp
Benefits – Edward Lomas
All the Busy ings – Robyn Wilton

Part 2: Focus on Disability (44 mins):

A Glimpse in the Dark – Will Hanekom
Me The Elephant – Dillon Beagley
Like Sunday – Ella Glendining
The Mask – Sharif Persaud
Comfort Zone – Elliot Stronza
All In The Mind – Eden Kotting
Digital Tattoo: Artefact 1 – Katie Dale-Everett
My Familiar – Leah Morris
Hear – Ellie Taylor
Daily cycle – Shannon Smyth, Harry Binstead
Imagination – Jemima Hughes

The screenings will be followed by a Q&A hosted by Screen South’s Jo Nolan and panel discussion with the film-makers; Jess Dadds, Robyn Wilton and Ella Glendining.

Tickets £5.

Produced in: UK

Running time: 100 mins


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