Crystal Palace International Film Festival 2016: Pop Up – Plus Shorts
Catch the best independent films from around the world
Pop-Up (UK Premiere)
Directed by Stuart McBratney
A triptych of stories about people affected by one event: An unemployed father finds a camera containing a single photo of a woman’s face. Smitten, he tracks her down. A Romanian immigrant attempts to overcome her heartbreak by giving away a thousand home-made pop-up cards. A sleep-deprived theatre director seeks deadly revenge on a scathing critic.
Runtime: 1 hour 31 minutes, Australia
- I’m Sixteen
Directed by Emilio Boutros
One night, in a London phone box, a lonely teenager calls a sex hotline,
Runtime: 12 minutes, UK
- The Land of Exodus (London Premiere)
Directed by Skinner Myers
A Mexican street kid with hopes of making it to America, leads a kidnapped American teenager to the border.
Runtime: 11 minutes, USA
Directed by Fokke Baarssen
In the not so distant future, David and Rachel declare eternal love to each other, using gene cards.
Runtime: 6 minutes, Netherlands
The Trolley Boy (UK Premiere)
Directed by Jody Malam
A man rescues abandoned trolleys at the supermarket where he works. But can he rescue a girl who works there too?
Runtime: 10 minutes, UK
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Doors open: 7pm. Films start promptly at: 7:45pm. Bar available and food on sale from the scrumptious Comfort & Joy.
Stanley Halls, South Norwood
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