Cinemagic: Young Filmmaker - Experimental 1

BBFC RatingCinemagic: Young Filmmaker - Experimental 1

Showing: 28 October 2022

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Fri 28 Oct 2022

CertificateNot Rated
GenreShorts
Running Time1HR
Extra InfoRec 15+
SeasonCinemagic 2022

Cinemagic presents the competition shortlist for experimental shorts, part 1. Join us as we celebrate the achievements of young people and meet the filmmaking stars of the future.

Son (Dir: Samuel James Thomson)

A clown performs his show each night, and sees his child in the crowd, only to realise he has gone.

5ive (Dir: Luke Galbraith)

Sean desperately clings to his past but the tighter he holds the easier reality can slip through.

Canned (Dir: Clemente Lohr)

Ellen, a mid-20s raver, whose lifestyle no longer covers the cracks in her mental psyche, tries desperately to find something hidden in her flat.

Woolgathering (Dir: Leila Helena Grillo)

A collection of interwoven images are threaded together by a string of unspecified women who roam their dreamscape which they are unable to escape.

Light Comes from the East (Dir: Vlad Dragne)

In troubling times, a lonely young woman receives a visit from a mysterious guest.

Dear Body (Dir: Caitlin Magnall-Kearns)

A plus size woman addresses her body in a mirror and asks for forgiveness for the hate, anger and disgust she has shown it in the past.

War With Words (Dir: Jamie Baker)

To be dyslexic is to wage a lifelong war with words!

Better Late Than Never (Dir: Oscar Bell)

A troubled man sits alone in a candlelit pub, but who is he waiting for?

A Portrait of Greed & Grief (Dir: Sam Goddard)

Taking place in the American frontier of the 1870’s, this short film uses spoken word poetry and contrasting lighting styles to portray its emotive narrative.

Black Poppies (Dir: Antonio Domingo Hall-Rodriguez)

A dying black veteran contemplates his time on the battlefields of World War One, the horrific moments that changed him forever.

Beyond the Sea (Dir: James Pearson & Martha Wallam)

A lucid dream world set on a remote beach with moving shells, a teddy bear and the strangest buried objects.

Screening as part of the Cinemagic Film Festival. For more information about the festival visit cinemagic.org.uk.