NEW SHORTS: In Motion
18:45 Tue 14 Jan 2020
The destination falls into obscurity with this programme of journeys: sometimes poignant, sometimes thrilling, and sometimes dangerous.
Take rides through a remote Norwegian village where mysterious tyre tracks tease out controversy, and a stark Eastern Serbia where father-son relationships are pushed to their limits.
Changes of scenery reveal interior transformations with buddies on the move through sun drenched California and bonfire night on the British coast. Featuring works from names to watch out for, Dazed 100 listee Lucy Luscombe (Blood Orange - “High Street”) and Locarno Film Festival alumni Stefanie Kolk. Programmed by Philip Ilson 99’
Stefanie Kolk 17 mins (NL, 2019)On a drive back home in a dirty car, three young women talk about other people. Their conversation flows, taking them into uncharted territory.
Tinja Ruusuvuori 21 mins (FI, 2019)In a remote Norwegian village the weaving roads have become the subject of controversy thanks to the bewildering phenomena of car skid marks and their mysterious appearance.
Rosie Westhoff 18 mins (UK, 2019)Two friends, Belle and Jesse, go road tripping through California to help Jessie get over a break-up.
Stefan Djordjevic 21 mins (RS, 2019)Dushan and Laza are traveling through Eastern Serbia to Belgrade. Dushan has to find a new home for his son Laza, who has no one but his terminally ill father to rely on.
Lucy Luscombe 22 mins (UK, 2019)Three young women learn about loss over the course of one Bonfire Night that takes them on surreal journey into the depths of the English countryside.
Fri 17 Jan 2020
Regent Street Cinema
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Thu 16 Jan 2020
While British politics is dominated by a divisive Brexit, what are the themes consuming other EU countries?
Wed 15 Jan 2020
Fiction bleeds into biography as we find ourselves behind the closed doors of London’s cultural melting pot.
Sun 12 Jan 2020
This eclectic selection delves into the emotional and physical relationships that people build, for better or worse, with their immediate surroundings.