We began our regular short film night in March 2014 with the hope that it would be a great opportunity for filmmakers to showcase their work at a renowned, much loved cinema as well as the chance to showcase all that is great about short films to those who wouldn't normally see them. We would be delighted if you would join us for our next event, tickets for which can be purchased on the Tyneside Cinema website.
The short film night is proudly supported by Northern Film and Media. Whether you're part of the film industry looking to network with other filmmakers or you'd simply like to see some great short films, grab yourself a ticket and we'll see you there.
If you would like to see your film screened at the Tyneside Cinema's digital lounge then you can submit your film to us for consideration, we will accept films from students and professionals alike. Films should be between 5 to 30 minutes long.
To submit your film email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following details: your name; your role; the producers details (if different); the film's title; year of production; genre; synopses (max 100 words); and details of any festival screenings or awards.
I felt very proud to have my short film shown at the film night, first with it being held at such a great and prestigious local cinema and secondly to be able to meet Maria and other filmmakers with the same passion and love for short films.
Candle and Bell have solved the issue of local films rarely seeming to be screened in the region in which they were produced, with their Short FilmNight. Essential for North-East film-making talent and audiences alike.
The Candle & Bell Short Film Night is a fantastic event - a great opportunity to showcase your work and to celebrate some really inspirational shortfilms. The night was truly inspiring - seeing a new audience watch your work is always a touching feeling, but sharing that experience with the other filmmakers was really incredible. The Candle & Bell team ooze passion for film and creative talent, and made us to feel incredibly welcome.