Friday 1 June 2012: Screening 19:30
Filmmakers: Adam Marsh, Mo Girling
A countdown of one minute in sixty one second frames.
The majority of the frames have an indexical link to time itself.
The rest of the frames are linked to the relevent second number within the countdown.
The non indexical linked frames provide the viewer with an oppertunity to question their inclusion.
(1:10, Experimental, UK, 2012)
Filmmaker: Andrew Oxley, Jonas Hawkins
Going to the toilet is a natural, everyday bodily function, so you might as well make it as pleasant as possible.
We travelled the nation looking for people who know exactly what they’re looking for…
(14:00, Documentry, UK, 2011)
Young Stephan is thinking about kissing a girl he desperately fancies but will he get up the courage?
(2:19, Comedy, UK, 2011)
Filmmaker: Sue Elliott
Formby Patterson-Wright had one of the most recognisable faces in the country.
His career spanned over four decades and his work can still be seen on road signs, construction sites and public buildings today.
This film offers a brief insight into the life and work of one of the safest men who ever lived.
(5:01, Animation, UK, 2011)
A hunter is after a bear in the forest.
The bear hides in the house of the little girl Goldilocks, who gives him food and plays with him.
But then everything changes.
(12:00, Fairy tale, FR, 2012)
Filmmaker: Molly Brown
Careful, or you’ll have someone’e eye out.
A public information film from Films For Your Own Good. In colour.
Shot on an iPhone, a spoof of a 1950/60s public information film on the subject of mealtime safty
(2:36, Live Action/Animation, UK, 2011)
Filmmaker: Michelle Arbon
Inspired by World War II poetry, this film follows a young soldier during his first war experience.
(1:43, Animation, UK, 2011)
A family bereavement leads to a favourite chair being assigned to the scrap heap, until a seemingly insignificant discovery leads to a change of heart.
(13:25, Drama, UK, 2011)