7.30pm Monday 6th February 2012
Brighton's monthly short film event returns to the Caroline of Brunswick in February with a robot theme…because we’re living in 2012 and there should definitely be robots! Also, we haven’t done robots yet.
We’re covering all the bases with our shorts for this event which includes animation, music video and documentary as well as some excellent short dramas and comedies. Here’s the line-up of films for the night…
Two teenagers struggle to keep sight of their dreams in Gemma Clarke’s short drama.
A neat sci-fi animation from Joe Bichard and Jack Cunningham that explores what would really happen if we made it to Mars.
Upneet Kaur-Nagpal’s documentary follows a Romany Gypsy family based in Worthing as they explain the importance of horses in their culture.
Upneet will hopefully be coming along to talk about the film.
In Which a Wife Suffers a Loss
A silent drama from Cheryl White about a middle-class household in which nothing is quite what it seems.
Cheryl will hopefully be coming along to talk about the film.
The Bored Room
Gavin Leary’s black comedy has a disgruntled employee turning a run-of-the-mill presentation into a forum for the darker side of his imagination.
Wheels of Fortune
Two wheelchair-bound actors find themselves competing for the same part in Tim Watchorn’s comedy-drama.
Mark Stevenson’s short drama shows an incident in a café with unexpected consequences.
Mark and writer Gabriel Lesmoir-Gordon will be coming along to talk about the film.
A documentary from filmmaker Ed Dallal which combines the opinions of various members of the public into a single point of view.
Peanut Albinos – ‘To Be a Number’
Simon Olivier directs this quirky music video for Brighton band Peanut Albinos.
Simon will be coming along to talk about the video.
If you have any questions about the event or have a film you would like us to consider for screening please e-mail moviebar[at]ymail.com