DISCOVER OSKA BRIGHT (U)

Thursday 16th November, 9.30am, The Old Market, £5

The next generation of filmmakers are here. Discover the talent of tomorrow with a selection of films made by young people, curated by a team of Young Programmers from Team Dominica. Films from around the UK and Europe.

AARGH!
Manny Banerjee, 5mins 50secs, UK

A horror film about a mother and child who do not know what to do in a haunted house. From first time director, Manny Banerjee.

 

BRAHIM’S SLAPSTICK
Brahim Bouriche, 2mins 52secs, the Netherlands

Brahim loves slapstick. He sees fun in everything that happens. Especially when things go wrong, people fall, bump, make mistakes, throw cakes. He made this film together with Kijkduin Media in Amsterdam.

BRUCE
Beacon Hill Arts, 3mins 02secs, UK

This film is part of the Hidden Histories series created for the Newcastle Castle in England. It tells the tale of Mary Bruce, sister of Robert King of Scots, who was captured and imprisoned in a castle.

CUP OF TEA
Beacon Hill Sixth Form, 1min 10 secs, UK

Who will win the race to ask Maureen if she wants a cup of tea? This film was made as part of Into Film’s See It Make It programme.

MONSTER PARTY
Learners from Baginton Fields School, Sherborne Fields School and Oakwood Secondary School, 6 mins 29secs, UK

A music video inspired by Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’. Three friends go to a fancy dress Halloween party and discover the part goers are actually real vampires and ghosts. Can they escape with their lives?

ONE IN A MILLION
The Freewheelers Youth Theatre, 10mins 29secs, UK

Working for inspiration with Chris Wood’s song “One in a Million”, The Freewheelers Youth Theatre present this film interpretation of the story of Billy who works in Bateman’s Fish and Chip Shop and his secret desire for Peggy Sue the shop owner’s daughter.

TRANSITIONS: A RAP BY 7B
Class 7B, 1 min 53 secs, UK

A rap about the move from a main stream primary school to a special education needs secondary school. This is a huge change for class 7B: smaller class sizes, new friends and new teachers, but some of the changes will be exciting ones.

THE GRUNTLES
Sophie Boiling, Ellis Ashe, Jack Cameron Bruce, Emily Skipp, Charlie Nicholson, 6mins 39 secs, UK

A dark comedy about a strange family that run a junk shop. The Gruntles are lazy and cheap and they don’t like customers, but one day a peculiar customer comes to the shop and everything changes…

THE LISELS
Beacon Hill Arts, 2mins 47 secs, UK

This film is part of the Hidden Histories series created for the Newcastle Castle in England. It tells the tale of the notorious Lisle brothers from Northumberland.

UNION BOSS
Mathieu Dutaud, 4mins 52secs, Canada

The Union Boss runs the Honeypot Factory in an iron grip. Who will stop him?