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NBCQ Shorts: The Joy Of Six Plus Q&A

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Featuring a Q&A with cult comedy star Matthew Holness

New British Cinema Quarterly returns with a stunning selection of independent short films showcasing the best of up-and-coming British screen talent. These six gems include the deliciously dark Long Distance Information, starring Peter Mullan (Tyrannosaur), cult comedy star Matthew Holness’ (Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace) pulp paperback vigilante drama A Gun For George, and Judi Dench (Skyfall) in Friend Request Pending, a wonderfully sweet comedy about a mature generation dating in our modern social networking world.

This screening will feature a Q&A with Matthew Holness (TV's Garth Marenghi's Darkplace), the writer, director and star of A Gun For George.

New British Cinema Quarterly is an exciting touring programme showcasing the work of British filmmakers with distinctive and original films selected from the UK’s major film festivals.

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Get two tickets for the price of one for this screening if you buy tickets in person from the Tyneside Cinema Box Office or by telephone on 0845 217 9909! 

Director(s): Various   Country of Origin: United Kingdom  Year: 2012  
BBFC Advice: 15 No children under 15 may watch this film.  

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