Flatpack Festival
Film for all the senses

Memory Lane

Saturday 21st April, 2018

The Mockingbird | 17:30 - 19:10

We rewind and look back on memories, dreams and desires in this all too human compilation of shorts.

Jay Rosenblatt portrays the American fifties in The Kodachrome Elegies, using home movies to depict the end of an era. In Taking Stock, Duncan Cowles turns stock footage into a bittersweet existential comedy. Life choices are also at the centre of Le Marcheur, a powerful, quietly moving animation film about a man who dares to take the road less travelled. The Brothers McLeod, for their part, made the trip to Marfa to bring back their new opus that captures the essence of the iconic Texas city.

Le Marcheur*

Dir: Frédéric Hainaut
(Belgium 2017, 11 mins)

Taking Stock

Dir: Duncan Cowles
(UK 2017, 4 mins)


Dir: Brothers McLeod
(UK 2017, 8 mins)


Dir: Uffe Muvald
(Denmark, 2017, 7 mins)

The Kodachrome Elegies

Dir: Jay Rosenblatt
(USA 2017, 10 mins)


Dir: Melissa Ferrari
(USA 2017, 7 mins)

Gros Chagrin

Dir: Céline Devaux
(France 2017, 15 mins)

Rome in Fragments*

Dir: Rob Munday
(UK 2017, 3 mins)

Five Years After the War*

Dir: Samuel Albaric, Ulysse Lefort, Martin Wiklund
(France 2017, 17 mins)

*UK premieres

Dir: Various
82 mins

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