September 15, 07:30pm

FILMS AND WINE: AESTHETICA BRITISH SHORT FILMS SELECTION

Films & Wine at The Cinema at TRAMSHED
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For all those who couldn't watch at the Gate. We are showing them again at Tramshed! 

British Shorts, we are very happy to show you some of the work of six directors! They will show you what's happened now in the emerging British Industry of local film directors. BAFTA is the home of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Come along and have a look to their work - these short films are from 2015/16 vintage, very refreshing and versatile. The duration is about 15 minutes the longest, and 7 minutes 8 second the shortest.

SYNOPSIS
A selection of six diverse and inspiring shor films screened at the BAFTA recognised Aesthetica Short film festival.

  • 01- Mast qalandar
    Divij Rooopchand UK 2015 India 15'
    A Sikh boy is about to turn 13. Whilst tying his urban mother asks him what he wants for his birthday, but he stays silent. If he tells her what he wants, she wont let him have it.   
     
  • 02- Dust and Resin
    Stephen Parker UK 2015, 9'22
    Out of money and options, 20-something Simone pays an un-requested visit to an intimacy-starved pensioner with a plan to make herself some quick, necessary cash.
     
  • 03- Rhonna & Donna
    Daina P Pusic UK, 2016
    Rhonna and Donna are conjoined twin sisters having their biggest fight to date. Donna is in the school production of Romeo and juliet whilst Rhonna has no desire to be involved.
     
  • 04- Mother
    Marc Hardman UK, 2015 10:37''
    Lara has always lived in the shadow of her mother. That is until the morning of the one life changing decision that Lara knows must be made alone, without guidance or influence.
     
  • 05- Mr Madila
    Rory Waudby UK, 2015 8:37''
    Mr Madila animates a series of conversations between the filmmaker and a spiritual healer, exploring the inner mind, the fabric of the universe, and the nature of reality itself.
     
  • 06- Elders
    Glen Milner UK, 2015, 7:08''
    After leaving India for the industrial north of England in the 1960s, Karim and Katari Chand never imagined they would end up being married longer than anyone else in the world.