FILM : CINECITY Open: Dramas
Time & Location
About The Event
Door & Bar open 6pm, event starts 6.30pm
£5 plus booking fee
Presented in partnership with Cinecity
An evening of locally made short dramas, selected from the open submissions to the festival.
DIR: ELI BREESHAW. 8 MINS.
Locked away for a heinous crime he protests he didn’t commit, a withered and tormented Jeremy spends every minute of his reclusive life obsessing over the fateful day he followed his young love Jasmina into the forbidden forest of The Appieorth.
DIRS: JON PARK, GRANT WHITE. 22 MINS.
In a bleak British seaside town a family is stalked by anamorphous presence.
DIR: TONY BURKE. 2 MINS.
A lonely kid seeks friends by writing a message and putting it in a bottle, only to learn a valuable lesson in conservation from a council litter picker.
DINNER WITH MUM
DIR: DANIEL HARDING. 6 MINS.
Ruby has been invited to dinner by her mum, but things quickly go downhill. The story of time and how quickly it can disappear, especially if you’re suffering from dementia.
DIR: LAURENCE DONOGHUE. 9 MINS.
A young man turns into a seagull every time he feels panic.
DIR: TOM DENNEY. 6 MINS.
A mother leaves hospital with her newborn baby to discover the world is about to end. As chaos erupts around them, she tries to make her way home to be with her child.
GUN METAL MAX
DIR: JONATHAN BROOKS. 11 MINS.
Ben is a 10-year-old boy who likes to spend most of his spare time wrapped up in the fictional world of Gun Metal Max, his favourite comic book hero. What may seem like a fun and exciting story however may be more real than Ben could possibly imagine.
LADY WHAT DOES
DIR: SARA JORDAN. 6 MINS.
The strong bond between a woman and her cleaner is tested when they face a terrible mess. Will the cleaner help clear things up as usual or meet a sticky end?
DIR: MATTHEW LOSASSO. 7 MINS.
After disturbances of an unexplained nature are reported, a distinguished investigator is called to the grounds of an isolated rectory in a remote English hamlet to observe an enigmatic young tenant.
DIR: SOPHIA CARR-GOMM. 15 MINS
It’s the turn of the New Year and a young woman fumbles her way through an unknown future. A funny, neurotic and sad love letter to London, exploring friendship and loneliness in this big city we call home.
DIR: RICHARD HUNTER. 6 MINS.
The parallel stories of two people as they wake up at dawn. Each finds herself confronted by challenges which are not unusual in Brighton on a typical Sunday morning. Each requires fortitude to resolve the trials and tribulations of her own private world.
We recommend booking in advance for this event as places are limited.
Bookings can also be made in during gallery opening hours by speaking to a member of the gallery team or at Fabrica during office hours.
Once paid for, tickets are non-refundable.
Online bookings will close 1 hour before the event starts - unless ‘Sold Out’ there is likely to still be tickets available on the door.
Any alcohol brought into the premises will be confiscated as this breaches our premises licensing. We are a charity and an affordable bar will be open at the venue.