Short Film Fest

Short Film Fest

7th May 2019

7.30pm

The Strutts Centre

Belper film maker Tom Dwyer curates an evening of short films.

GONE
Dir: Tom Denny.

A young man on a journey competes with time, traffic and the mundanities of everyday life, only to reach his destination too late.

TWENTY FORTY SIXTY
Dir: Rebecca Dale-Everett.

From the dance halls of the 1960s to the present day, a sixty-three-year-old woman offers a unique perspective on the evolution of dance and its ability to connect individuals through a choreographed performance.

FACSIMIL
Dir: Marc Marti.

An experimental mix of documentary and fiction about a contagious artistic process and the ’unique work’ in cinema.

LAYMUN
Dir: Catherine Prowse and Hannah Quinn.

In a Middle Eastern war zone, a gardener defies the violence and destruction around her by growing a lemon garden, filling her home with life and beauty.

PERSONAL TRUTH
Dir: Charlie Lyne.

In the wake of Pizzagate, a look at how "fake news" and conspiracy theories emerge, and why they linger in the imagination.

THE TESLA WORLD LIGHT
Dir: Matthew Rankin

A reimagining of Nikolai Tesla ’s latter days that uses light to explore Tesla ’s deteriorating health and utopian vision.

73 COWS
Dir: Alex Lockwood

The story of a beef farmer who feels trapped within an industry he no longer believes in and battles with his conscience every time he takes his cows to slaughter.

SUPER REIMAGINED DREAMLAND
Dir: Tom Dwyer

An elderly artist reflects on the role a historic fairground played in his life’s work, and considers the importance of preserving objects and places from our past in the face of fading memories.

SWEPT
Dir: Jeanna De Waal

An offbeat romantic comedy that follows Germaphobe Kate as she braves a first date at a dreaded bowling alley.

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