In this experimental journey, the spectator is invited to fill the gaps and connect the dots. Films to Break Projectors, making its world premiere at Flatpack, is a wonderful tribute to celluloid. The one and only Douwe Dijkstra, winner of the Audience Award last year, comes back with his poetic and political Green Screen Gringo. We dig deeper, in the intriguing Colossal Cave, to discover an underground cave system that has inspired a video game. And talking of video games, David O’Reilly’s ambitious project Everything will premiere in the UK as a 10 minute film, with the interactive version playable throughout the weekend in our hub.
Films to Break Projectors
Dir: Tim Grabham (cinema iloobia) (UK / 2016 / 5 mins) *
Green Screen Gringo
Dir: Douwe Dijkstra (Netherlands / 2016 / 16 mins)
Dir: Helen Woolston (UK, Estonia / 2016 / 2 mins) *
Dir: Graeme Arnfield (UK / 2016 / 11 mins)
Dir: Nikolaus Jantsch (Austria / 2016 / 5 mins) *
A Love Story
Dir: Anushka Naanayakkara (UK / 2016 / 7 mins)
One Square Mile
Dir: Chris Paul Daniels, Sam Meech (UK / 2016 / 7 mins)
Dir: Elizabeth Hobbs (UK / 2016 / 1 min)
For Real Tho
Dir: Baptist Pennetticobra (France / 2016 / 14 mins) *
Dir: Mika Taanila (Finland / 2016 / 7 mins) *
Dir: David O’Reilly (UK, Ireland / 2016 / 10 mins) *
Total running time: 85 mins
Tim Grabham and Nikolaus Jantsch will be present at Behind the Camera on Saturday.
With thanks to the support of the Austrian Cultural Forum.
This screening is part of the Short Film Competition, supported by the University of Worcester. You can see all five competition programmes if you pick up a Short Film Pass, and the results will be announced on Sunday evening. Don’t forget to cast your vote for the audience award!