Crystal Palace International Film Festival 2016: Short Film Night
Got a short attention span? This one's for you
- Love Somehow (World Premiere)
Directed by Kate Cheeseman
Genius is a terrible thing. A film about Caitlin Thomas’s life with the Welsh poet Dylan Thomas until his early death. Adapted from a one woman performance poem, it stars Sally George and Griff Rhys Jones as the voice of Dylan.
RT: 30m UK
Directed By Rafael Gibbons
In London a giant smog cloud has blocked out the sun. So schoolgirl Molly and her grandfather come up with a plan.
RT: 12.5m UK
- The Last Laugh
Directed by Paul Hendy
Tommy Cooper, Eric Morecambe and Bob Monkhouse sit in a dressing room discussing the secret of comedy but leading to much, much more.
RT: 17m UK
- Soldier Bee (World Premiere)
Directed by Alex Hardy
Jodie returns from Afghanistan after being injured and psychologically scarred by an IED. She struggles to reconnect with her husband and daughter. An extreme act of violence, lust and in her eyes ‘protection’ gives her a revelation.
RT: 22m UK
- Charlie Cloudhead
Directed by Rupert Cresswell
A man bottles up his problems into a cloud above his head.
RT: 8m UK
- Lucky Chicken
Directed by Gulliver Moore
A quirky silent romcom about a butcher, a baker, a candlestick maker… and a magic chicken.
RT: 13m UK
Directed By Saul and Josh Abraham and Feder
A couple in crisis resort to ever-more dangerous home invasions as they try to breathe excitement back into their relationship.
RT: 17m UK
- The Lipinski
Directed By Nate Townsend
Three imposters infiltrate an exclusive gala to attempt an ambitious heist of a $7 million Stradivarius violin.
RT: 14 USA
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 Brown & Green.
Phoenix Community Centre, Upper Norwood
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