Previously at the ICA - Films

Marcus Armitage, S.O.C.O

LSFF: Do You Remember The First Time? + Panel

13 Jan 2017

Showcasing the very best debuts from the First Acts shorts strand commissioned through a partnership with Channel 4 and Arts Council England’s Random Acts, come and watch first-time films from the best new 16-24 year old filmmakers and artists, followed by a panel discussion with the directors and critic Catherine Bray (Variety). Discover the potential pitfalls of first-time filmmaking and how the next generation of young directors can get their first shorts commissioned through First Acts.


  • Lip Service, Cathy Garner

    A rumination on the tension between intimacy and alienation. It’s about being too much in your head when you’re meant to be in another’s.

  • Detritus, Dion Kitson

    A visual voiceover documents detritus in artist Dion Kitson’s hometown of Dudley.

  • Tunnel Vision, Lila Babington

    Using the technique of Pixilation, which combines live action and stop-frame animation, Lila Babington takes the viewer on a surreal Svankmajer-esque journey.

  • S.O.C.O., Marcus Armitage

    In this striking hand drawn animation from Bafta-nominated First Acts filmmaker Marcus Armitage, a policewoman is plagued by memories of her day job as she struggles to separate work and home life.

  • The Durnhams’ Drizzle, Ella Trudgeon & Lois Bryant

    A pessimistic couple have forgotten the beauty of the outside world.


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