NEW SHORTS: Autism-Friendly Screening
15:30 Mon 14 Jan 2019
Oska Bright are back at LSFF for their fourth year with a short film screening in a friendly, laid back environment for audiences on the autism spectrum or with sensory disabilities. The programme features a selection of highlights from the Oska Bright archives and suitable entertaining picks from this year’s LSFF programme.
Audiences will fall in love with dogs waiting patiently at polling stations, frogs and goldfish, a gentle introduction to the art of knitting and calming images of seaside erosion.
Tickets are £5, carers go free (please call the ICA box office for free carer tickets)
Julian Hand 5 mins (UK, 2018)A record of the physical traces of erosion upon the coastline using the photographic nature of cine film.
Ellen Sampson 7 mins (UK, 2018)A response to the environment of the Fens, exploring an artificial landscape that exists only because of human intervention.
William Glass 4 mins (UK, 2018)Two friends talk about watches whilst it rains outside before hey venture out to a place where UFOs and trailing lights have been spotted in the night sky.
Sofia Bohdanowicz 9 mins (Canada, 2018)A young woman named Audrey Benac who delves into the archives of the New York Public Library in search of a rare recording produced in 1909 titled Veslemøy's Song.
Anita Safowaa 3 mins (UK, 2018)Taking inspiration from the West African Akan symbol ‘Funtumfunafu’, which represents unity, A Single Bracelet Does Not Jingle explores the co-existence of two cultures within one identity.
Kerry Harrison 2 mins (UK, 2018)A warm-hearted take on a children’s music class.
Duncan Cowles 4 mins (UK, 2017)Using his failed attempts at creating profitable stock footage, a filmmaker reflects on the absurd, mundane and funny side of being trapped inside your own head as an out of work, self-employed freelancer.
Ian Mantigani 8 mins (UK, 2017)
Susan Street 4 mins (UK, 2017)
Back to Back Theatre 4 mins (AU, 2017)
Sun 13 Jan 2019
Our fair city in all its glory.
Thu 17 Jan 2019
Looking to how D/deaf people shape themselves to the world around them.
Wed 16 Jan 2019
The good and the bad of millennial connection.
Mon 14 Jan 2019
Regent Street Cinema
A trippy, fantastical tribute to the existential relationship between man and beast.