Cinemagic: Young Filmmaker - Fantastic 1

BBFC RatingCinemagic: Young Filmmaker - Fantastic 1

Showing: 29 October 2022

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Sat 29 Oct 2022

CertificateNot Rated
GenreShorts
Running Time1HR 30MINS
Extra InfoRec 15+
SeasonCinemagic 2022

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

Sentient (Dir: Harry Binstead)

What happens when your entire conscious experience can be shared over the internet?

Can I Get a Lift Mate? (Dir: Luke Galbraith)

Ben does everything he can to get a lift to his interview, including messaging his troubled old friend Darren.

The Morrígan (Dir: Michal Przybyl)

A camping enthusiast ventures out into the wild in hopes of capturing the beauty of nature.

This is My Body (Dir: Molly Hoque)

A university student has a hard time adjusting to her new flatmates and their habits.

Undying Heart (Dir: Cian Gibson)

Living in a post-apocalyptic world, Aaron, a reclusive survivor, is asked for help from a couple who are split from their group.

King of Diamonds (Dir: Charlie Crome)

Following the protagonist through a series of games, accessing different fears and phobias, all controlled by a mysterious game master.

End Credits (Dir: Matthew McCausland)

Walter, a robot repair man, is forced into an illegal search for a missing person.

Limelight (Dir: Henry Fish & Khairah Boukhatem)

After failing an audition, a self-conscious actress finds herself in a terrifying role.

Cutlery Killer (Dir: Rory Marsh)

A videogame style comedic fight scene film turns into a horror.

The Handyman (Dir: Callum Steadman)

A woman’s car breaks down in the area where the infamous serial killer ‘The Handyman’ was last spotted.

Rue (Dir: Casey Eldridge)

A middle-aged daughter deals with the aftermath of her traumatic childhood.

My Guardian Angel (Dir: Jay Ayliffe)

A personal visit from a guardian angel isn’t something Jordan expected.

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