Filmed Up June 2019 (18)

From grassroots guerrilla filmmakers to production companies, the film community is thriving in the North West. Join us for an evening screening where you’ll discover a selection of short films that are being produced right here on your doorstep.

The entire programme is selected by a panel of audience members from open submissions.

Programme Details (in alphabetical order)

  • Dependent / Phil Sheerin / GB / 17:45
    Troubled teenager Josh escapes from his Care Home to go home and protect his mother form her ex, only to find out the situation isn’t quite as it seems.
  • Javier / Dorny Sunday / GB / 04:29
    An ex-bodybuilder recalls his first love in a lo-fi ode to actor Javier Bardem.
  • John Don’t Know Nothin! / Conor Kehelly / GB / 13:40
    John, a famous television sitcom star has a heated conversation about coleslaw in his taxi home from work.
  • Maid of Stars / Gareth George, Darren Jeffries / GB / 14:15
    Tarot reader Iris Moon has provided reassurance and comfort to people in need her entire life. Now she is searching for someone that might provide a small ounce of happiness in her own troubled times.
  • Once Bitten… / Pete Tomkies / GB / 09:59
    Martha needs the toilet fixed in her hotel bathroom but there’s one problem: her plumber may be a vampire.
  • Practice of Looking / Pouria Kazemi / GB / 09:59
    A close look at travellers. Their faces and their dreams. Observing the observers.
  • Seven Sharp / Andrew Turner, Roque Cameselle / GB / 05:00
    A woman watches her neighbours in the midst of a heated row from her bedroom window, just before she and her husband are expected there for dinner.
  • Small Hours and Bin Men / Paul Chambers / GB / 04:09
    Spoken Word film about two people’s different vision of a night out.
  • Transmission / Varun Raman & Tom Hancock / GB / 17:26
    Welcome To Britannia. Together We Stand Alone.
  • Picture This – Modern Love / Luke Bather / GB / 03:47
    It’s the 18th Century – a wealthy lady must find herself a suitor, but to do so she has to endure the awful dating scenarios that might feel horribly familiar to a 20th century woman.