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Short Film Night

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Our hugely popular Short Film Night with Candle & Bell returns with another great selection of short films from up and coming filmmakers.

The programme includes:
Little Elephant
by Kate Jessop
Exploring South Asian LGBT relationships in contemporary Britain, it’s a moving, heartfelt film that studies the complex intersection of sexuality and family from the perspective of a young woman (voiced by Bharti Patel) whose father (voiced by Ernest Ignatius) is worried by her coming out as gay.
Seven Seven
by Georgina Ferguson
A survivor of the 7/7 bombings, who has never publicly spoken about her experience, Georgina created this animation video detailing the attack and thanking the “guardian angel” who helped her on the day.
One Bright Dot
by Clement Morin
“One Bright Dot” is a poetic visual animation that follows the journey of a little light that rises from the deep sea. The use of lighting and captivating color choices makes this a treat for any visual enthusiast.
by Garry Marshall
Dave is a little boy zombie who, after a terrible disaster, is forced into an unfriendly world where he has to fight to survive.

Tickets £3 each.

Short Film Night frequently sells out so please book your tickets in advance to avoid missing out.

Short Film Night is our monthly get together where we showcase some of the latest short films being made by the region’s top talent, if you’re a filmmaker you can submit your own short films to us for possible inclusion in our programme.

Please send information on your film and a link to view it online (including any passwords) to:

In association with Candle & Bell.


  Year: 2016  
BBFC Advice: 15 No children under 15 may watch this film.  

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