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WATERSHED CINEMA 3
14:30
£6.00
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1hr 30m
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New graduate talent, NAHEMI screening & awards ceremony. The National Association of Higher Education in the Moving Image, presents a programme of some of the most exciting, dynamic and diverse films made in the UK this year by students studying at some of our member institutions. NAHEMI acts as a forum for debate on all matters pertaining to the teaching practice in the Moving Image in Higher Education across the UK.

Films:

Three Centimetres

Dir: Lara Zeidan
UK 2017
8 mins 59 secs

In the oldest fun park of Beirut, three girls convince their reluctant friend to join them on a Ferris Wheel, bringing out unexpected truths among them.

Dearly Departed

Dir: Elise Martin
UK 2018
14 mins 05 secs

Vera’s relationship with Fred is beginning to blossom but she can’t help feeling distracted by three opinionated ghosts who also inhabit her house.

Breastfriends

Dir: Eleanor Rogers
UK 2018
17 mins 51 secs

When a team member gets injured days before a competition, the relay team get a replacement from a confident outsider, who the headstrong, driven leader of the team hates.

Mr Smiths Rules

Dir: Gemma Farshi
UK 2018
5 mins

A glimpse into craftsman Kelvyn Smith’s well oiled letterpress workshop in South London.

All You Can Carry

Dir: Andrew Rose
UK 2018
17 mins 51 secs

A real-time survival-horror film about one boy’s rite of passage in the rural south.

 

Regina

Dir: Nirmala Valinciute
8 mins 40 secs

After the 1941 Lithuanian deportations to Siberia, a woman recalls watching her parents struggle through the aftermath.

 

Isabella

Dir: Rohan Reddy
UK 2018
13 mins

At a Catholic girls school, conservative Robyn is captivated by her outspoken, rebellious classmate Isabella, who forces her to face her repressed sexuality.

 

Inanimate 8.35

Dir: Lucia Bulgheron
UK 2018
8 mins 35 secs

Katrine has a normal life, a normal job, a normal boyfriend and a normal apartment in a normal city – or at least that’s what she thinks!

 

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