Beautiful & Weird:
Sunday 8th August Screening 01:00
A selection of the very latest and best and strange from all over the world.
Filmmaker: Alex Sufit
A young woman wakes up hungover and bleary eyed and tries to piece together a night she will come to regret.
(3:25, Black Comedy, UK, 2009)
Filmmaker: Christian Hearn, Eve Graham
Iain gets a surprise phone call from his ex-girlfriend Missy.
Things sound promising, she wants to meet and it looks like she wants to get back together.
If only he didn’t get his hand stuck in a post box…
(12:10, Black Comedy, UK, 2009)
When Lauren and Amy hear there is a man who ‘likes children’ living in the area, they decide to track him down to show him their handstands.
(11:04, Drama, UK, 2010)
Filmmaker: Carl Peck
Mr Silverface is going to kill you, and there is precious little you can do about it.
(3:34, Horror, UK, 2010)
Filmmaker: Dan Gitsham, Sophie Mair
A very bad man has an identity crisis of deadly proportions.
(3:49, Horror, UK, 2009)
Footsteps hit the pavement; rhythmically, relentlessly. Rose and Lily are running. They can’t stop and can’t afford to fall behind.
(6:37, Drama, UK, 2009)
Filmmaker: Luther Bhogal-Jones
Victor and Simon are computer programmers sent by their company to fix office systems around the country.
Tensions rise as they struggle to find a solution to a system’s failure.
(19:09, Drama, UK, 2009)
Filmmaker: Dan Gitsham
A lonely man with a dark past and the horror beneath his feet.
(6:24, Horror, UK, 2004)
Filmmaker: Chris Hite
Surrender the Town is an experimental film that examines the aspects of folklore, hidden identity and group exhibition inherent in annual Halloween celebrations.
(4:30, Experimental/Avant Garde, US, 2009)
Lucy, Noirville’s only inhabitant, takes a mysterious journey into the night in a hope to cure her loneliness in this darkly surreal tale.
(12:29, Fantasy, UK, 2009)
Filmmaker: Tony Hickson
Based on the Mary Bell murders of the 1960s it shows what happens when the games children play go too far.
(5:30, Horror/Puppet, UK, 2009)
Filmmaker: LC Davies, Craig Haywood
After the death of her mother from cancer, can 11yr old Pollyanna connect with her emotionally distant father Bryn or will she spiral into a dark fantasy World.
(19:49, Drama/Fantasy, UK, 2008)