Cinemagic: Young Filmmaker - Fantastic 2

BBFC RatingCinemagic: Young Filmmaker - Fantastic 2

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 2. Join us as we celebrate the achievements of young people and meet the filmmaking stars of the future.

Ghost Grudge (Dir: Max Thomas Davies)

A film about two boxers in the style of classic silent films.

While the Going is Good (Dir: Toby Norman)

A father and his son settle on an arrangement to end the old man’s life!

Moonwalker (Dir: Max Stephen Roach)

Before leaving for submarine school, can Norman live-out a much longed-for dream.

Mobnopoly (Dir: Alycia Potter)

A group of mobsters are at the gambling table. Will they find out who the grass is?

Asset of Teeth (Dir: Róisín Leavy-Sahin)

When Joey’s grandfather leaves her a disappointing item in his will, she is forced into one last adventure.

Radio Signals (Dir: Jackson Lennon)

When CJ becomes separated from his family, he must learn to survive the mental and physical challenges that are ahead of him.

Last Dance of Hidden Eyes (Dir: Jasper Banerjee)

A lonesome wanderer is forced to fight for his life against a ritualistic duellist.

Where Did Tom Go? (Dir: Isabelle Tilli)

After Ivy finds out that she is pregnant she decides to start a new life, alone.

Faithful (Dir: Ciara Harrington)

Michael finds himself trapped in purgatory after a fatal incident.

Soulmates (Dir: Shona Kelly)

A lonely woman retreats to an abandoned house where she meets a forgotten ghost.

The Doll (Dir: Ben Alfred Adams)

A boy finds a strange doll that claims to grant wishes.

The Opinion of Woe and the Fractured Mind Thereof (Dir: Peter Collins)

A wandering Nomad, tortured by actions of his past, is thrown into chaos as two strange creatures invade his mind.

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