A Film Hub South East presentation from the
Independent Cinema Office
Growing audiences for cultural cinema
All Tickets £6
CERTIFICATE 15: PHOTO ID MAY BE REQUIRED TO GAIN ENTRY TO THE SCREENING
See the stars of the future in this dazzling and diverse programme that celebrates new filmmaking talent from the South East.
Curated by Film Hub South East and selected from close to 100 submissions, these ten short films tell cinematic stories that linger in the mind, challenge your perceptions and transport you to seaside towns and bustling cities while introducing audiences to an array of exciting emerging filmmakers.
The programme premiered at Cambridge Film Festival and Cinecity Brighton ahead of being made available to cinemas across the UK.
Film Hub South East works with BFI NETWORK to support new filmmakers in their careers and projects.
“A moving exploration of identity, pride, and self-affirmation […] the exploration of how identities are formed, clash, and wage wars inside us clearly forms the basis of all ten of South East Stories’ works” (The Badger Online)
Short Films featured in this programme: 4C (Dir. Shakira Francis), Amukta (Dir. Tarun Thind), An Attempt at Exhausting a Place in Sussex (Dir Jessica Bishopp), Daily Cycle (Dir Harry Binstead & Shannon Smyth), Jas (Dir Alice Trueman), Lehenga (Dir Nathalia Syam), Nāca (Dir Ramzan Miah), Nailman (Dir Jack Martin), Tehzeeb (Dir Myriam Raja), The Wider Sun (Dir Sophie Carr-Gomm)
THE 7.45PM SCREENING WILL BE FOLLOWED BY A Q&A WITH A FILM DIRECTOR