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New Shorts

New Shorts #5: TEENAGE GIRLS GO CRAZY!

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18:15 Sat 5 Jan 2013

ICA, Screen 1

Wild girls go through their young lives with a cloud of dust and mayhem in their wake, as they find their way to adulthood. A selection of films that are both hard hitting and bittersweet in equal measures, while pulling no punches. Watch out for Thomas Turgoose in KISS and a soundtrack by NO AGE in THE LIGHTS AND THEN THE NOISE. 

Total: 107 min

ICA

The Mall, St James's
SW1Y 5AH
  • EARLY BIRDS

    Jeroen Bogaert 21 mins (UK, 2012)

    Mila, a 12-year-old rebellious girl has a secret crush on her 40 year old neighbour and coach, Sam. When Mila finds out that he's moving away to Italy for at least a year, she conceives the plan to go with him.
  • FIREFLIES

    Anastasia Kirillova 22 mins (UK, 2012)

    A modern day rites of passage tale of Agnes, a 12 year-old girl, whose spontaneous journey into the woods one evening, leads her to discover the uncertain world of adolescent relationships, unraveling in the midst of nocturnal nature, in all it’s magical ambiguity.
  • GOOD NIGHT

    Muriel d'Ansembourg 24 mins (UK, 2012)

    Two teenage girls head into London town on a secret night out, dressed way beyond their years and oozing a sexuality they barely own. Once on the street they find themselves pushed to extremes and the boundaries between innocent play and dangerous seduction start to blur.
  • KISS

    Mat Johns 11 mins (UK, 2011)

    How much for your services?
  • LIGHTS AND THEN THE NOISE, THE

    Mathy & Fran 5 mins (UK, 2012)

    Sneaking out of her bedroom window at night, a young girl encounters an unearthly happening. A sci-fi music short featuring Californian punk band No Age. Produced by award winning shorts company Pico Pictures.
  • RACHAEL

    Rankin Waddell 3 mins (UK, 2012)

    Rachael' is a humorous, cinematic snapshot observing the early morning routine of a post-war British family. Mum makes breakfast. Dad reads the paper. Samantha tries to get ready for work but her sister, Rachael, is hogging the bathroom. Soon we see that Rachael, although young, is not as innocent as her parents might hope. Penned by the acclaimed writer Irvine Welsh, and directed by renowned photographer Rankin, 'Rachael' captures a surprising portrait of a family in post-war Britain. The cast include Shaun Dooley ('The Woman in Black', 'Red Riding'), Holliday Grainger ('Bel Ami', 'Jane Eyre'), Maxine Peake ('Shameless', 'Little Dorrit'), and newcomer Suki Alice Waterhouse.
  • WILD

    Edward Bishop 12 mins (UK, 2012)

    When Laura hears that her boyfriend, Sam may have cheated on her, it tips her life upside down. She attempts to return it to normal – meeting with Sam and testing his feelings for her – but soon realises that doubt, once seeded, is not so easy to uproot.