Shorts #2: The Future Is Bright, Isn’t It?
Two Short Nights
Thu 16 Feb 2023
16+ | Running time: 92 minutes
Individual Screening: £5* | Festival Pass: £25* (£20* Concession)
Imagine a land of opportunity, where the individuals are blessed with courage, super powers and compassion.
Dir. Amin Hosseinpour | 9 mins | Iran
In an Unknown Place a Father lives with his Child at a Gas Station. The Father has many Contradictions with his Son. The Father suffers from the Obesity of his Son and his Son Prefers Food to anything.
I Am Good At Karate
Dir. Jess Dadds | 11 mins | UK
I AM GOOD AT KARATE follows a young teenager with mental health issues who is passionate about karate, wandering around a housing estate in East Kent locked in verbal and physical battles with a hallucinatory demon made of football shirts.
We Went Out
Dir. Ian Kamau | 12 mins | Canada
We Went Out is a short film based in Toronto that explores coming of age in the in-between spaces of a city.
A Firecracker Story
Dir. Zhizi Hao | 20 mins | China
An 8-year-old boy searching for fireworks on a Chinese New Year’s Eve, after the firework ban is introduced in this southern Chinese town.
Dir. Star Bazancir, Jasmina Pusök | 16 mins | Sweden
We were created out of love, but something has been taken away from us. Meet Jasmina and Miriam, who took the courage to break free from a life of despair in prostitution.
Dir. Timur Bekir | 11 mins | UK
Kitch has a stammer. He also raps. Struggling to navigate his life in East London with a condition that can be debilitating, Kitch found fluency and freedom in his extraordinary ability to rap.
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