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New Shorts: Funny S**t image

New Shorts: Funny S**t (15)

London Short Film Festival


A balm for the January blues. LSFF’s traditional opener of laughing matter returns and this year doesn’t disappoint for star power with Steve Oram (Sightseers), Harry Enfield and Isy Suttie (Peep Show) taking their turns on the big (short) screen. There’s Paul McCartney conspiracy theories to be gotten to the bottom of, jilted bridegrooms, ill-timed apparitions of chain-smoking mums and er, faces growing out of necks. 93’


THE 1ST, Mark Waites, UK, 13’

TAKING STOCK, Duncan Cowles, UK, 4’

SKETCH, Peter Lee Scott, UK, 12’

HOLY BEEF, Dwayne Gumbs/Iain Simpson, UK, 11’

PAUL IS DEAD, George Moore, UK, 14’

NECKFACE, Sian Harries/Jacqueline White, UK, 11’

CAPITAL, Freddy Syborn, UK, 15’

THE DIRECTOR, Kim Albright, UK, 13’

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Saturday 12 Jan 201921:15
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New Shorts: How The Light Gets In (15)

London Short Film Festival


There is a crack in everything. These moving shorts lay bare their character’s scars; tackling break ups, crumbling relationships, revenge porn, postnatal trauma and overbearing mums and dads. Including emotional turns from Tara Fitzgerald (Game of Thrones) and Maimie McCoy (The Musketeers). 95’


CIVILISED, Alex Mavor, UK, 12’

SPARROW, Ali Kurr, UK, 10’

EARLY DAYS, Nessa Wrafter, UK, 12’

FIFTEEN, Peiman Zekavat, UK, 10’

HOMEBODY, John Palmer, UK, 12’

HERMAN BROWN IS FEELING DOWN, Dan Castro, UK, 6’

DEAD BIRDS, Johnny Kenton, UK, 33’


Please note, this programme depicts domestic violence.


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Saturday 12 Jan 201917:00
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New Shorts: Lo-Budget Mayhem (15)

London Short Film Festival


Bringing you the best of what happens when a minimal (to non-existent!) budget meets the (un)healthy imagination of a short filmmaker. Dogs here find themselves the muse, whether doing their business on the lawn, looking bored outside polling stations or overstepping the mark as man’s best friend. We’ve also packed in a low budget apocalypse, warring chess pieces and a Czech barber shop medley of the Daft Punk canon. 88’


EAT JEREMY, Sam South, UK, 10’

SCRATCH, Daniella Wilson, UK, 5’

THE COST OF LIVING, Tom Nicoll, UK, 4’

LOVE, Neda Shadanlou, UK, 2’

DOGS AT POLLING STATIONS, Ian Mantgani, UK, 8’

WASTE, Andy Johnson, UK, 9’

THE AFTER PARTY, Terence Chim, UK, 3’

THE DAM, Frode Gjerlow, UK, 6’

00II, Ankita Anand, UK, 4’

EGG TOUCHING, Peter Millard, UK, 2’

NO ROOM FOR GREY, Jack Scott/Tom Middleton, UK, 5’

SMILE - TALES FROM PUSSY WILLOW S2, Kate Jessop, UK, 2’

OH! UGANDA, Luciana Ceccatto Farah, Qatar, 5’

TOBY, Ash Ogden, UK, 20’

MEDLEY, Amálie Kovářová, Czech Republic, 3’


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Saturday 12 Jan 201915:00
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New Shorts: WTF: Outside The Box (15)

London Short Film Festival


Out there gems to elicit the ‘what the hell just happened?’ that makes LSFF programmers feel whole inside. These surreal films will stay with you long after you’ve left the cinema. 2019’s selection brings you a cannibal musical, a teenage bedroom with acne, psycho puppets and a cactus with revenge fantasies. Where possible, the filmmakers will be on hand for a Q&A to explain themselves. 89’


IT’S NOT CUSTARD, Kate McCoid, UK, 6’

THE MEETING, Simon K Matthews, UK, 7’

PLEASED TO EAT YOU!, Adrian Hedgecock, UK, 7’

HI-FIVE THE CACTUS, Christopher Thomas, US, 9’

MOONAGE ICE CREAM (AKA DAVID BOWIE THE SHAPE SHIFTER), Dan Noall, UK, 1’

FROGLINE, Jodie Haslam, UK, 1’

THE POPULAR TOUCH, Paul Tarragó, UK, 23’

THE SNUGGLEFUG, Lucy Irving, UK, 8’

HOW NOT TO MEDITATE, Jo Lane, UK, 3’

ELDER ABUSE, Drew Durepos, US, 9’

UNCLE BINGO, Adam de la Cour, UK, 5’

DOG S**T TOWN, Simon Warwick Green ,UK, 10’


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Saturday 12 Jan 201919:00
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The Aristocats (U)

Part of our Kids' Kino Club - tickets available from £3 for kids and £5 for adults.

With the help of a smooth talking tomcat, a family of Parisian felines, set to inherit a fortune from their owner, try to make it back home after a jealous butler kidnaps them and leaves them in the country.

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Saturday 12 Jan 201911:30