Our Short Film Night at the Tyneside Cinema this month screens a few weeks earlier than usual on Monday the 17th with award winning films by British filmmakers. If you'd like to attend the screening you can pick up a ticket for just £3 and come along to the Tyneside Cinema. The evening begins at 7pm.
Charlie Says - by Lewis Arnold
A young boy’s lie cuts through the calm of a family holiday and leaves a trail in its wake that threatens to grow into something more dangerous as dusk approaches. Starring Conner Chapman from Clio Barnard’s The Selfish Giant.
Tackling similar concepts to the classic Aesop’s Fable The Boy Who Cried Wolf, Arnold’s measured short once again showcases the directors confident style with a subtle tale of a young boy’s misguided attempts to get attention.
The Boy Who Wanted to be a Lion - by Alois Di Leo
One day Max goes on a school trip to the zoo, where he sees a lion for the first time. A feeling begins to grow inside him that will change his life forever.
There is much to admire from director Alois Di Leo’s animation, from the 1960′s setting, the mix of techniques, to the bravery of its storytelling.
LOMA - A Family Holiday - by Katri Vanhatalo
When two families have to share a cottage, a relaxing holiday seems a world away from the remote destination.
Hitman #5 - by Team Beard Films
Hitman #5 hunts his next target like an animal stalking his prey. The only problem is that Hitman #5 is an idiot.
Submit your film
If you'd like to submit your own film to our short film night, then please send us an email with your information and a link to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, look out for our Student Short Film Night on Monday 1 December. More details coming soon.