- location: The Cambridge Arts Picturehouse Bar
- date: Thursday 4th December 2014
- time: screening starts 9pm
- price: FREE
Director: Marco Espírito Santo,
Jack was a rocker. A roller. No stopping him. Until he met the Leone twins.
(2:37, Fiction/Experimental, PT, 2013)
Director: Michael Chandler,
AK is a short drama about a young Sierra Leonean who lived through the conflict as both victim and perpetrator. He now finds himself in a foreign land, London, as a student. Lost and alienated AK finds the lines between reality and memories of trauma begin to blur.
(12:17, Drama, UK, 2012)
Director: Guillermo Alcalá ,
Little Marita receives bad news concerning her boyfriend. She will quickly share them with her most close relative. By doing so their relationship will grow even stronger than it already is.
(13:45, Drama, ES, 2013)
Director: Katharine Rogers,
Lisa goes on a series of increasingly awkward dates, where will it all end?
(2:53, Comedy, AU, 2013)
Director: Will Thomas Freeman,
A routine job becomes a trial of emotional and physical control when a council worker painting a derelict playground encounters a troubled young woman.
(15:04, Drama, UK, 2012)
Director: Anne Misselbrook,
Mr Smethwicks attempt to give a cookery lesson does not go entirely to plan with his foreign female student.
(9:40, Comedy, UK, 2013)
Director: Sophie Dixon,
Srbská is a small village on the Czech Republic’s border with modern-day Poland. Part of the Sudetenland region, it was changed irrevocably when an estimated three million Sudeten Germans were expelled from the country at the end of the Second World War. In as little as a day thriving villages such as Srbska were abandoned.
(8:46, Art/Documentary, CZ, 2012)