An overview of the creativity and diversity that can be found in the short format.
This year's Pick'n'Mix programme includes an animated comedy by Birmingham talent Drew Roper (At-issue), an eerie dance film inspired by Irish folklore (Oíche Nollaig na mBan), the curious story of a man who wins an apartment (Good Luck Marc) and a touching documentary about mother/son relationships (Men Talk About Mother). Giving you an overview of the creativity and diversity that can be found in the short format, it is the perfect way to kick off this weekend’s short film marathon.
Oíche Nollaig na mBan Dir: Oonagh Kearney (Ireland / 2016 / 5 mins)
At-issue Dir: Drew Roper (UK / 2015 / 10 mins)
Good Luck Marc Dir: Ronen Eldar (UK / 2016 / 13 mins)
Men Talk About Mother Dir: Bunny Schendler (UK / 2016 / 7 mins)
Spent Dir: Dorothy Allen-Pickard (UK / 2016 / 7 mins)
The Wrong End of the Stick Dir: Terri Matthews (UK / 2016 / 10 mins)
Sore Eyes for Infinity Dir: Terhi Väänänen (Finland / 2016 / 11 mins)
Holiday Video Dir: Jack Wormell (UK / 2016 / 5 mins)
Chickens Dir: George Wu (UK / 2016 / 4 mins)
Total running time: 75 mins