Don't Look Now
Short Film Festival
Sunday 1st November
7pm - 9pm

On the 1st of November Sweet ‘Art, as part of their Dont Look Now exhibition, will be holding their first short film festival.

 

Join us for a night where artists and film makers tell their darkest tales.

 

Think spooky, uncanny, gory and chilling! It will enough to put you off your popcorn! 

 

Sometimes My Head Is Swimming

Directed by Astrid Jahns

An old doll's head would like to have someone sing a lullaby and longs for someone to take care of her.

 

Living and working in Hanover, Germany, Astrid works as a freelance artist and writer. Working on collages, short texts, poems, film sequences, objects and assemblages. 

Nasty

Directed by Prano Bailey-Bond

An gory and unsettling short thriller-horror set in 1982.

 

Prano is an award-winning director who grew up on a diet of Twin Peaks in the depths of a strange Welsh community. Her work invokes imaginative worlds, touching on magical realism and fusing a dark vocabulary with eerie allure, revealing how beauty resides in strange places.   

 

Tipped as one-to-watch by Film4, Prano's work has been recognised at events and festivals including BFI London Film Festival, Aesthetica Short Film Festival, UKMVA's, London Short Film Festival and European Independent Film Festival. Prano is also an award-winning editor.

Tea Breakdown

Directed by Andrew Ionides

A new and eager P.A starts her new job only to find her new boss likes his tea a rather particular way and puts her tea-making skills to the test - as well as her sanity

 

Since graduating in 2006 with a degree in Creative Writing Andrew has written seven short films whilst freelancing as a Script Reader for various production companies including Kudos, 19 Entertainment and BBC Drama and Wales.

Dead Hungry

Directed by William Bridges

Life's a bitch, then you die. Then you're a zombie, and death's a bitch too.

 

Jed is dead. Dead hungry. He hasn’t eaten for days. He was a loser in life and nothing seems to have changed now he is dead. But can the pity of another recently undead woman turn his luck?

 

Writer director William Bridges takes a fresh bite at the zombie genre.

Bury Me Now

Directed by Oli Spleen & Francoise Carle

A music video from Oli Spleen's debut solo album 'Fag Machine' featuring Paris' Pere Lechaise cemetery.

 

A musician, poet, artist and writer the prolific Oli Spleen sites his first creative inspiration as his artist grandmother Inez. "As a child I would dress in her clothes and makeup much to my father's disapproval."

 

 

House

Directed by Prano Bailey-Bond

A music video for Cool Fun. Winner of Best Pop Video (budget)in UKMVA's 2011, Best Music Short at London Short Film Festival 2012, Best Music Video at European Independent Film Festival 2012, Best Music Video at OneCloudFest 2012

 

Prano is an award-winning director who grew up on a diet of Twin Peaks in the depths of a strange Welsh community. Her work invokes imaginative worlds, touching on magical realism and fusing a dark vocabulary with eerie allure, revealing how beauty resides in strange places.   

 

Tipped as one-to-watch by Film4, Prano's work has been recognised at events and festivals including BFI London Film Festival, Aesthetica Short Film Festival, UKMVA's, London Short Film Festival and European Independent Film Festival. She is also an award-winning editor.

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