NEW SHORTS: WTF: Outside the Box + filmmaker Q&As
Mon 15 Jan 19:00 Moth Club
We’ve always had a thing for the out there and obscure. A returning LSFF fixture, WTF brings the possibilities of short-filmmaking without convention to screen. Consistently innovative and occasionally (okay, often) teetering towards the surreal, where else will you see naked sad boy horse-riding, sploshing, goths and GIFs in one absurdist serving?
Where possible, the filmmakers will be on hand to explain themselves!
Alessandra Armenise / Emanuele Correani 15 mins
Tales of humanity trapped in a surreal city, devouring and digesting those who come to live in her womb.
Will Anderson 12 mins
A looping GIF has an existential crisis.
Charlie Goodall 6 mins
An experimental narrative that explores issues of mental health through the character of Steve.
SIX GOD ALPHABET PETER
Peter Millard 7 mins
Please wake up peter. Please wake up. You need to learn your alphabet now, Peter.
Adam Logan 6 mins
Rich, a young creative-type, has discovered something precious has gone missing in the flat. It can only be one person, his flatmate Tom, a man who has no well-defined aim in life. They must find some common ground to repair the damage done.
250 EUROS DAILY - AN EASY HOW TO GUIDE
Willehad Eilers 5 mins
Highly motivational video-guide on how to make certain amounts of cash from your very own living room. Dedication, patience and innovation pave the road to success. Wear what you want to work. Watch the easy 'how to' guide.
Em Cole 2 mins
The tantalising debut film from emerging young artist Em Cole, ‘Sloppy Seconds’ is a collaboration with Jelly Mongerer’s Bompas and Parr. Dive into the underground scene of Sploshing, and open your innocent eyes to the wet and the messy world of food fetishism.
(TO) JUMPING LIKE A HORSE
Lewi Quinn 4 mins
Electro-pop political protest against non-evidence based substance legislation. 'Horse riding is more dangerous than ecstasy' - this is something we really need to think about, mostly.
Martin Allison 10 mins
Recent graduate Samantha has moved back in with her parents. She distracts herself from adult life by spending all her time reading books, watching films, taking baths and listening to albums - until her slacking off is interrupted by a mysterious knock at the door, followed by disappearing pizza... It appears her procrastination is being put on hold for her.