New Shorts

New Shorts #17 London Lives

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18:30 Thu 12 Jan 2012

Museum in Docklands

A selection of short films that show off all the glory and diversity of our fair city, as well as a darker side that’s not so welcoming.

Tickets for this programme are available online at the Museum of London website, or by calling 0207 001 9844.

Films listed below are in alphabetical order. ****

  • A SHORT FILM ABOUT SHOPPING

    Henry Miller 16 mins (UK, 2011)

    A quirky, dark, silent study of a misfortune of a dentist whilst he embarks on a shopping trip with unexpected consequences.
  • CITY OF THOUGHTS

    Jim Nilsson 2 mins (UK, 2011)

    Everyone is exposed and the thoughts, just like the people themselves, are flooding London - a city of thoughts.
  • CLEANER

    Joon Goh 2 mins (UK, 2011)

    An immigrant cleaner lives a life out of sync: cleaning by night, sleeping by day.
  • HOLLOW

    Joe Payne 4 mins (UK, 2014)

    Hollow is an elite club, a world of its own, a place people would gladly do anything to become part of. Within its walls are murderers, thieves, outcasts, conmen, clergymen; an entire cross-section of society. It is not a question of money, social status or connections, this is a club based on humanity, a place where membership is bought through actions.
  • MOMENTS

    Chris Conin 5 mins (UK, 2013)

    'Moments' is the story of a young man who always seems to just miss out on those special moments in life. But a chance encounter with a beautiful and mysterious woman promises to change all that forever. With only his determination, a flurry of confetti and an irrepressible love of dance, he sets out to win her heart.
  • NEON RENDEZVOUS LONDON

    Julian Hand 8 mins (UK, 2011)

    A personal poetic interpretation of the obscured luminescent poem omnipresent across the capitals plethora of neon signs.
  • SUBCULTURE

    Elfar Adalsteins 14 mins (UK, 2011)

    For different reasons, Darryl and Lily have both ended up living rough in the back alleys of London. During a troublesome night they face an escalating predicament that must be resolved.
  • THE STRANGE DEATH OF HARRY STANLEY

    Jeremiah Quinn 10 mins (UK, 2011)

    The incredible but true story of Harry Stanley, 46, recovering cancer sufferer, and new grandfather, who went for a walk to repair a table leg which was mistaken for a gun with tragic consequences.
  • THE WORLD TURNS

    Nick Ray Rutter 20 mins (UK, 2011)

    An atmospheric journey into guilt and the expectation of consequences to a man's actions.
  • VYNER STREET

    Sogand Bahram 6 mins (UK, 2011)

    A short observational piece about two different worlds living inconspicuously side by side.