Film Festival ︎ 26–29 July
Short Films in Competition #2
Film Festival ︎ 26–29 July
REMEMBRANCEDir. Mark Jepson
When a neuroscientist experiments with memory technology to explore her past, she finds herself in a potentially lethal situation.
Broken SwordsDir. Paul Groom
Billy's daughter has gone missing. His search takes him to the North and a strange guest house called, The Broken Swords. There the truth awaits him...
ScarecrowDir. Lee Charlish
A bickering couple, Thomas and Natalie, are stranded on a deserted, country lane, in a car that has run out of fuel.After deciding to try and find a garage, they become lost and disorientated, and eventually happen upon a creepy looking scarecrow.The scarecrow has an ominous sign around its neck which reads – ‘Do Not Touch’ and, although Thomas is nervous and cautious, Natalie becomes intrigued by its apparent mysticism. Seduced by its beguiling power, she is prepared to ignore the stark warning with chilling results; as they both ultimately succumb to its malevolent will.
RevivalDir. Carl Mason
Within 6 months of the outbreak humanity had been hunted to the brink of extinction and the world plunged into silence. 15 years later, Alex (CHARLOTTE BEAUMONT) fights for her survival alone in the British wasteland. After discovering an abandoned shelter Alex meets Jordan (SEBASTIAN PETERS), a feral orphan whose passion for drumming forces her to confront her childhood trauma. United over their love for music, they are forced to join together to fight against the monsters that lurk among them.
Lemon EyesDir. Chelsey Knapp
Detroit, 1928: When disputes in a loveless marriage escalate, a young medical student prescribes a solution with questionable side effects.
El Abogado (The Lawyer)Dir. Ignacio F. Rodó
Planning a kidnapping is not easy. For your first time, you better leave it in the hands of your lawyer.
DateThursday 26 July
TicketsFull Price = £6
Concession = £4.50
((students / children)
For concessions please call the box office on 01908 280800 or visit one of the Festival box offices.
Family Ticket = £22
(based on 2 adults + 2 children)
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2. Call 01908 280800
3. Visit a IF Box Office (at Festival Central or Middleton Hall)
4. Film Festival Pass = £10
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