Missed the D+CFilm Open at Two Short Nights? Don’t worry, we’ve trawled the internet to find you films and links that reflect the programme -now you just have to image they’re on the Big Screen.
A Film About Poo: Emily Howells & Anne Wilkins
People make poo. They also make wee. These things can be fun, but there is something important you should always remember to do.
Per versum: Werther Germondari & Maria Laura Spagnoll
A man tries to roll himself a cigarette…
(find out more about the film at its website)
Christmas with Dad: Conor McCormack
Twenty three-year-old AJ joins his family as they prepare for the festive season and also the arrival of an eighth child. The film reveals a young man struggling to define his role as a father, haunted by his own childhood and facing an uncertain future.
Welcome Homes: Gemma Burditt
From the isolated corners of London’s back streets, abandoned old-age-pensioners are collected up and taken to the shelter of Welcome Homes.
Robbing Peter: Ashley Wing & Clayton Fussell
When a rebellious teenager breaks into a neighbours house he unwittingly plunges his entire family into danger. This becomes a matter of life and death in their struggle to escape the clutches of a deranged maniac.
Jesusito De Mi Vida: JesÃºs PÃ©rez Miranda
A child is afraid of the dark. A mother has her beliefs. One night could change everything.
Teenage Tourettes Camp: Carl Shanahan
Music video shot at Spacex Gallery with kind permission from the gallery and the artist Laura Kikauka. Laura’s installation was made entirely from people’s discarded belongings. The style and variety of Laura’s work provided a great environment to capture the Computers performance.
Territory: Wei Hou
Based on a Taoist fable, this animation tells the story of the battle for more territories between two countries, all on tiny snail horns. HUGE and TINY are not only visual but psychological effects.
(Pop along to Territory and Wei Hou’s website)
Catharsis: Anders Michael
In a world between life and death, a little girl embarks on a fateful journey to find her mother.
The Unplugged Son: Eija Saarinen
After many years traveling the world, Adrian comes home to his family. He feels like an outsider at his father’s birthday celebrations, but thanks to a special gift he gives his father, Adrian reconnects with his family.
The 16th Lesson: Lewis Darby
An ironic time-lapse exploration of an old English seaside town. When you are tired of London, run down to the sea for a week or so. It will do you a lot of good.
(Find out more about Lewis Darby)