To mark the UK premier of The Irreducible Difference of the Other we are delighted to welcome Vivienne along to the festival to present her latest work together with one of her classic No Wave films from 1978, She Had Her Gun All Ready, followed by a discussion.
A tantalising collection of non-fiction shorts which flirt around the edges of the documentary form, seducing us from the boundaries where artist film, experimental approaches or simply heightened reality give us new, unexpected perspectives.
Our popular Sunday matinee screening of the best in new experimental work, from stunning animations to groundbreaking artists work, including new films from Max Hattler, Tony Hill, Kate Jessop, Toby Tatum, Katerina Athanasopoulou and Anna Blandford.
Following a screening of Jonathan Romney’s new short L’Assenza, the director will be joined by Chris Petit, Charlie Lyne and Hannah Patterson to talk about how their written work has informed their filmmaking, and the lessons they’ve learned along the way. Hosted by Danny Leigh.
Watch out for an all-star cast (Alice Lowe, Michael Smiley, George MacKay, Paul Kaye, Tanya Franks) in powerful family drama Pieces, and rising Brit stars Joseph Mawle and Monica Dolan in the powerful two-hander Twelve.
Corporate confidence appears sky-high at the Locateco Solutions conference, but as music gradually overtakes the business speak, cracks begin to appear. Do the delegates really have ‘the answer to everything’?
Winner of the European Discovery Award and of six German Film Awards including Best Film and Best Director, Oh Boy features Tom Schilling as Niko, a twenty-something college dropout struggling to find his identity in Berlin.