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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 Journey of Alfred Small
by Mike Archer

A heart-felt tale of the friendship between a reclusive, embittered, old man and a young mother trying to outrun an abusive relationship when their lives collide on the bus they are traveling on. With the barriers of old and new broken, in their new found friendship comes the comfort and closure to finally let go of the past and look to the future.

They Live in Forests, They Are Extremely Shy
by Saeed Taji Farouky

They Live in Forests, They Are Extremely Shy tells the fictionalised story of an Indigenous Australian man invited to London for the Colonial Exhibition of 1886. The guests see him as part-dignitary and part-novelty. He plays the "good native", until a chance encounter forces him to decide whether to live his life with diplomacy or authenticity.

CAMREX
by Mark Chapman

A multi award winning documentary. Camrex House is a notorious homeless hostel that for 40 years has upheld a fearsome reputation. Its skewed, in-house morality perpetuated by men with complex histories. Based on interviews with hostel residents, CAMREX constructs a series of unflinchingly visceral sequences that reveal a hidden world of untold stories.

Sweet Maddie Stone
by Brady Hood

15-year-old Maddie Stone rules her school yard under the protection of her family name. But after discovering her notorious father has been arrested, she has to make his bail money or lose the yard. The more Maddie fights, the more her world spirals out of control - and the closer she gets to becoming the man she’s trying to save.' Written and directed by Screen International Star of Tomorrow Brady Hood. 

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: shortfilmnight@candleandbell.com

In association with Candle & Bell.

 

  Year: 2017  
BBFC Advice: 15 No children under 15 may watch this film.  

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