New Shorts

NEW SHORTS: Boyhood

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18:00 Sun 10 Jan 2016

Hackney Picturehouse (screen TBC)

Boys will be boys will be boys. Male puberty is all testosterone mayhem and finding your sometimes violent way in life.

Film running order:

THROW ME TO THE DOGS Aaron Dunleavy & Joseph Ollman 13 mins

THE WAY WE FALL Jared Fortune 8 mins

BOY Charlotte Wolf 13 mins

MORE HATE THAN FEAR Billy Boyd Cape 15 mins

FIRE Christopher Andrews 14 mins

JESTER Conor Woodman 5 mins

THE SON Nikolaj Belzer 8 mins

THE BREAKING Rob King 7 mins

OEDIPUSSY Grace Campbell 5 mins

RINGTONE Andy Hui 15 mins

103 mins

Hackney Picturehouse

270 Mare Street, London
E8 1HE
0871 902 5734
  • BOY

    Charlotte Wolf 13 mins (UK, 2015)

    A grieving single mother and a lonely teenage boy are brought together under unusual circumstances.
  • FIRE

    Christopher Andrews 14 mins (UK, 2015)

    An encounter in an unfamiliar environment challenges the identity of a volatile teenage boy.
  • JESTER

    Conor Woodman 5 mins (UK, 2015)

    A young scallywag from Manchester is out on a date with a student from the local University. When the conversation turns to the illegal raves that he organises, things turn sour. To save the date, he has to think fast.
  • MORE HATE THAN FEAR

    Billy Boyd Cape 15 mins (UK, 2015)

    X, a straight-edge graffiti artist in his early 20s, begins a 3½ year prison sentence for vandalism and graffiti. He must attempt to cope with the struggles of his new life on the inside: sharing a cell with an aggressive murderer, being moved to high security, living 23 hours a day alone. An unlikely allay soon teaches him how to survive.
  • OEDIPUSSY

    Grace Campbell 5 mins (UK, 2015)

    Oedipussy is a film set in the world of a teenage boy who, like many, is entering his sexual life via porn. Oedipussy plays witness to a realisation that is unique to an internet age. The realisation for the boy is to question whether or not the porn he watches is fact or fiction… and whether or not that fiction that is created by food.
  • RINGTONE

    Andy Hui 15 mins (UK, 2015)

    RinGtone is a comedy drama set in 1999 where the nokia 3210 is king! This is a funny nostalgic look back at youth when we are all in our first dead-end job and we are striving to be something special.
  • THE BREAKING

    Rob King 7 mins (UK, 2015)

    'The Breaking' is a short psychological drama exploring the human psyche and it's darkest desires. Adrian, a distressed young man plays with his BB gun in the garden, setting up a series of processes exploring the implications of the ‘toys’ authenticity. Posing the question, when does a toy cease being a toy and become an item of greatly darker significance?
  • THE SON

    Nikolaj Belzer 8 mins (UK, 2015)

    On a train a young guy tells a story to a girl, about a kid like him coming home from university on the day he left, and about how his parents’ hopes and dreams for him end in catastrophe. Starring Alexander Arnold, THE SON tells the story of a young man who is led to commit a terrible crime.
  • THE WAY WE FALL

    Jared Fortune 8 mins (UK, 2015)

    Byron attends his first wheelchair basketball practice and learns a valuable lesson from his team mates.
  • THROW ME TO THE DOGS

    Aaron Dunleavy & Joseph Ollman 13 mins (UK, 2015)

    A troubled teenage boy, growing up in a dreamless wilderness and isolated from those around him, is stripped of his dignity as his father abandons him for the outside world which he is trying to retreat from.