Our July edition of the Tyneside Cinema Short Film night is fast approaching. This months eclectic program brings documentary, drama, animation, and BAFTA nominated science fiction.
Orbit Ever After - by Jamie Stone
This BAFTA Nominated Short Film tells the story of Nigel. Nigal has fallen in love. But when you live in orbit, aboard a ramshackle space hovel it isn’t easy to follow your heart – especially when the girl of your dreams is spinning around Earth the wrong way!
an incredibly ambitious but simultaneously wonderfully executed short, the likes of which I've never seen before.
Spatulahead - by Lesley Anne Rose
Official Selection Toronto Animated Arts Festival 2014. A darkly funny and fantastically animated story of a young boy with a strange disfigurement.
The Offshore Account - by Adam Donaldson
An eerie and stylish film about a man at work who just can’t take any more.
Nana by Beth Kennet
Winner of the Northumbria University Graduation Gala 2014. A short documentary about a family orientated woman going about her every day life; chatting away like there's no tomorrow
Come and join us this monday
Short film nights are open to everyone - filmmaker and non-filmmakers alike, so if you'd like to come and enjoy some great sort films, you can book tickets (Just £3) at the Tyneside Cinema box office or on their website.
If you've made a short film and would like to submit it for consideration, then please send a like along with all your details to firstname.lastname@example.org
See you there!