THURSDAY 26 NOVEMBER, 6PM, £4 (£3)
For some, life can be missing interaction. For others their sense of being is fueled by a series of tangled associations that result in nothing but further absence and isolation.
These films are motivated by characters that want to connect to someone, something, somehow.
Dir. Fransisco Javier Montoro Morales. Spain. 2014
The feelings and emotions experienced by two deaf people when they touch.
Dir. Tucker Davila Wood. Spain. 2015
A duel in the woods, any given day.
WHAT DO YOU SEE?
Dir, Scott Willis & John Batty. UK. 2015
Handwritten by a care home patient, a poem was found by nurses shortly after her passing. Articulating the realities of growing old, What Do You See? expresses how she perceived her surroundings and in turn comments on how it looked at her.
BACK TO THE WALL
Dir. Gerrard Stratton. UK. 2014
Back to the Wall addresses the growing communication gap between different generations of people through sharing and exchanging ideas, skills and knowledge. Back to the Wall brings together men and boys, aged 7 – 80 years in a physical exploration of contentious, contested and divided urban environments using dance.
I’M IN THE CORNER WITH THE BLUEBELLS
Dir. Ako Mitchell. UK. 2014
Half-siblings Julie and Ricardo meet as for the first time as adults and find an unwanted attraction.
Dir. Mikel Gurrea. UK. 2015
In London, a young estate agent has to juggle making a crucial sale with looking after his ten-year-old son. Malcolm and Aron struggle to understand each other, while an urban fox follows them around one rainy night.