Friday 6 June 2014: Screening 20:00
A Very Large Increase in the Size, Amount, or Importance of Something Over a Very Short Period of Time. Or maybe not at all.
Director: Max Hattler,
A Very Large Increase in the Size, Amount, or Importance of Something Over a Very Short Period of Time.
Or maybe not at all.
(2:00, Experimental Animation, RU|UK|DE, 2013)
Director: Andy Oxley,
The modern world is busy, busy, busy.
But not for the Dull Men’s Club – a group of men quite content with not setting the world on fire.
(15:00, Documentary, UK, 2014)
Director: Per Krogh,
Brady and his younger brother ventures outside on a hot summer day.
Brady removes his glasses and leaves them behind as they go to play soccer.
Brady shows his brother a abandoned garage where he finds an old knife, which becomes the object of their next game.
(5:50, Drama, US, 2013)
Director: Alice Dunseath,
To escape from the realities of bereavement, two friends travel across Yorkshire to look for David Hockney.
Grief toys with their senses and heightens their need for adventure.
(3:13, Animation, UK, 2013)
Director: Aritz Moreno,
When the residents of a town take justice in their own hands, they are forced to pay the consequences.
(6:15, Fiction, ES, 2013)
Director: Louis Paxton,
An obsessive man’s moustache envy compels him to undertake a bizarre ritual with a mysterious Voodoo priestess.
(6:00, Comedy, UK, 2013)
Director: Shaun Clark,
When the most precious commodity in society are teeth there is only one way to conquer love.
(7:50, Animation, UK, 2012)
Director: Martín Aletta,
In the city with the highest suicide rate and where people don’t look to each other’s eyes, a gaze between two strangers could change the course of the day.
(15:00, Fiction, AR|JP, 2013)