Comedy & Drama:
Friday 6th August 2010 Screening 22:30 – 00:30
A selection of the very latest and best comedy & drama from all over the world.
Filmmaker: Dustin Feneley
A traveling salesman searches for connection.
(13:00, Drama, AU, 2008)
Filmmaker: Will Hall-Smith
Jack is about to meet his girlfriend for a date; that is until he realises he desperately needs to use the toilet …
(11:34, Comedy, UK, 2009)
Filmmaker: Joachim De Smedt
A burglar, a kid, a homeless and a film star run into one another on the eve of Christmas.
Things don’t always happen for a reason in real life but in this film they do.
(11:34, Comedy, UK, 2010)
Filmmaker: James Lark
How do films get their unique sense of melancholy nostalgia?
One film composer tells his story and reveals the secrets of his trade…
(5:04, Comedy, UK, 2010)
Filmmaker: Ida Akesson, Tonisha Tagoe
Eunice’s congregation wants her to go out and preach door to door but Eunice is reluctant. She simply doesn’t have the skills.
(7:45, Comedy, UK, 2009)
Filmmaker: Amir Bazrafshaw, Tim Smith
Stefan is 40 but has the mind of a child.
He works for Marshall, a dangerous gang leader as a dog?s body, cleaning up, doing shopping for the gang…and being manipulated into utilising his shooting skills to remove the competition.
(12:55, Crime/Drama, UK, 2009)
Mathew and Lewis age 12 are best friends. When Lewis unexpectedly commits suicide Mathew life is turned upside down.
While the adult world mourning around him, the truth about what happened is revealed through Matthew’s eyes.
(14:22, Drama, UK, 2010)
Filmmaker: Nathan Theys
An opera singer gives the performance of her life in this sweet satire, but will it sell?
(2:15, Comedy, UK, 2010)
Filmmaker: Amy Nicholls
A middle class school teacher and heroin addition, is battered and bruised by his dealer.
Later he manipulates his 12 year old daughter to pick up more drugs from the dealer’s heroin den.
At least, that’s what she thinks…
(14:59, Drama, UK, 2009)
Filmmaker: Ben Mottershead
Colin (Simon Glenn) is a desperate man.
Bit desperation is sinking to new lows when even paying for a woman’s time proves to be difficult.
Helped by only a lecherous father (John McArdle) and an escort he can’t afford (Eleanor Samson), Colin’s only hope may be sex line worker Kelly (Katie McArdle) in a relationship that can never be realised, or can it?
(12:34, Comedy, UK, 2010)
Filmmaker: Barney Heywood, Lucy Heywood
Ernest Samson is trapped by a rare condition that causes him to speak in a foreign accent.
Alienated by his fellow elderly residents, he finds the familiar landscape of home has been altered and his precious memories corrupted.
His saviour comes in the unlikely form of Amir, a young Muslim care worker who reveals an unexpected affinity with Ernest?s situation and offers him a key to the peace he so desires.
(9:56, Drama, UK, 2009)