Grab a drink and enjoy the best in short drama storytellingCurrently in its 10th year, The Smalls Film Festival has now become an intrinsic part of the London film scene. From discovering young talent and creating networking opportunities to showcasing a great selection of short films, this is the place to be this September. For this one things are bout to get dramatic.
A Complicated Way to Live
Dir: Ged Hunter / UK / 14:08
Mr. Elis has an exhausting mental illness. The only crutch left for him, a Goverment system that appears to be geared against him has unjustly and unknowingly began the beginning of the end.
Dir: Tom Bacon / UK / 14:15
Paula, her son Carl and his estranged partner Emily join family members to mark the birthday of their missing son. As Carl fights to convince Emily to come home, new information comes to light about the missing boy, the implications of which are worse than anyone could have imagined.
Dir: Aurora Fearnley / UK / 8:00
A young woman makes a dawn escape from a commune she has grown to distrust.
Everyday Stories of Colossal Importance
DIr: Sarah Mace-Dennis / UK / 12:15
Everyday Stories of Colossal Importance tells the story of Edward, an eccentric recluse in his late sixties, who has been forced to sell the house that he has lived in for the last forty years. As the auction draws closer, he tries to come to terms with the changes that are quickly altering the world he has known for so long.
Dir: Nathan Hughes-Berry / UK / 23:07
A young teacher takes a job at an unusual private school where she soon discovers that the boys have a sinister power over the girls. As the boys behaviour becomes increasingly threatening she uncovers the source of the girls fear; an ominous locked door at the back of the classroom.
Wheelchair accessible. Tickets include a free drink.