Shorts #5: Flesh and Blood
Two Short Nights
Fri 30 Nov 2018
3.30pm - 5pm
Exeter Phoenixs 17th annual Two Short Nights Film Festival is back with a diverse and exciting programme of screenings, workshops and events celebrating the world of short film. Enjoy incredible documentaries, stunning cinematography and exceptional storytelling with screenings of must-see films from around the world, alongside emerging local talent.
Connected by flesh and blood these families are sticking together through lifes adversities. In grief, loss and reflection we see them unite to build a new and better future.
Anna Blandford, 2018, UK, Drama, 17mins
After a fatal incident, a mother and daughter are asked to account for their actions. To get out of trouble they conspire to lie. Do they feel no remorse?
Catarina Diehl, 2018, Finland, Documentary/Animation, 5mins
She’s afraid of three things: losing her temper, hurting her own kids and turning into her own abusive and violent mother.
Maria Eriksson-Hecht, 2017, Sweden, Drama, 16mins
It’s John’s first day at school. Unexpectedly his eleven-year-old big brother Mika shows up to follow him to assembly. Instead Mika has plans seeing it as his mission to teach John the hard facts of the world, starting with the merciless demands of the schoolyard.
Tessa Hoffe, 2017, UK, Drama, 13mins
A young girl cares for her younger brother at home, while she awaits her mothers return.
Astrid Bussink, 2017, Netherlands, Documentary, 15mins
A childs world is sometimes full of problems that are not always easy to talk about with parents or friends. In the Netherlands, the Kindertelefoon special telephone line helps children the equivalent of the Czech Child Safety Line. L I S T E N captures the true confessions of these anonymous children.
Elizabeth Cairns, 2017, Canada, Drama, 15mins
Two siblings begin to reconcile as they perform a DIY funeral for their recently deceased mother, who requested that her corpse be thrown to the wolves when she dies.
Alexei Dmitriev, 2017, Russian Federation, Experimental/Documentary, 7mins
Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Give a man a video camera, and you will have a film in twenty years.
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