New shorts #19 Future Voices, supported by Skillset
18:30 Thu 12 Jan 2012
This programme of groundbreaking films have all benefitted from Skillset-supported training schemes. They are also all nominated for the British Council Award for Best Short at this year’s London Short Film Festival. Join the filmmakers on stage following the screening to hear how their Skillset training has affected their career in the film industry.
Tickets for this screening & panel discussion are available on the ICA website, or by calling 020 7930 3647.
Films listed below are in alphabetical order. ****
Andrea Harkin 17 mins (UK, 2011)Set in Northern Ireland during the 1970s "Troubles," family man Michael feuds with his wayward and rebellious brother on the day of his little daughter's Holy Communion.
Andrew McVicar 14 mins (UK, 2011)The first cut is the deepest.
Ania Winiarska 27 mins (UK, 2011)Intimate portrait of a disfranchised teenager from Belfast, who lives on the edge of exclusion in the society.
Kyoko Miyake 11 mins (UK, 2011)Every night under Hackney skies, mothers from faraway lands create a familiar space for their children by singing them lullabies, the same ones they heard as children.
Rachel Tillotson 10 mins (UK, 2011)Lola romanticises the memories of two teenagers who she once hung out with, Zania and Kad.