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Crystal Palace International Film Festival 2016: Gala Finale

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Stanley Halls, South Norwood

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Crystal Palace International Film Festival 2016: Gala Finale

The festival's final night with awards, comedy shorts and a gala

Get set for the Gala Finale, complete with comedy films and the awards evening presented by Mark Steel Films: - The Earpiece Directed by Samuel Quiles Palop Fernando and Perfecta have been married for 50 years. One day, Perfecta finds out that Fernando is responsible for the strange deaths of her beloved cats, so she takes revenge at their anniversary dinner. RT: 15m Spain - The Mishap Directed by Ruth Pickett A middle-aged housewife receives devastating but unusual news from an inept Policeman. RT: 13m UK - The Driving Seat Directed By Phil Lowe A middle aged couple decide to make love in their car to put a spark back in their marriage only to find it has rather the opposite effect. RT: 9m UK - Wifey Redux Directed By Robert McKeon A man becomes obsessed with driving off his teenage daughter’s new boyfriend in this dark comedy about coping and denial, based on a short story by Kevin Barry. RT: 22m USA - Business Trip (UK Premiere) Directed by Anthony Dillon A woman is stunned to receive a text from her husband after finding out his flight has crashed with no survivors. RT: 3.5m Australia - Dead Bob (UK Premiere) Directed By Rosie Needham Ben and Dan argue over what to do on their last night in Amsterdam, instead of dealing with the dead body in the room. RT: 15m UK - Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang Directed by Simon Massey Love. War. Separation. Guns. Lust. Betrayal. Pain. And fighting. RT: 9m UK - Shaky Girl Directed by Nagiko Tsuji Yuriko and her family have a strange habit. Their feet are shaking all the time. RT: 10m Japan - Stig Of The Dump – Kubrick Directed by Mark J. Blackman An celebratory ode to the work of the master director. RT: 3.5m UK Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Dress to impress. Complimentary glass of Prosecco on entry. Gourmet canapés served. Champagne Bar available. Schedule: - 7:15pm: 7:45pm prosecco served - 7.45pm: start - 8.30pm: drinks break - 9.30pm: CPIFF Awards Presented by Mark Steel - 10:15pm: bar and chatting continues

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