WATERSHED CINEMA 3
INCLUDED IN FESTIVAL PASS OR BUY SINGLE TICKETS
1 hr 30 mins
PASS HOLDERS CAN BOOK FROM 9AM ON THE DAY
Different Voices is an ongoing Neurodiverse film talent development programme based in Bristol.
The project combines group workshops and 1 to 1 mentoring with professional film makers and aims to foster a new generation of film makers working from a voice that is under represented in mainstream cinema.
This screening will include 8 films from our most recent project. After each there will be the opportunity for an open and relaxed discussion with both film makers and audience. There will also be the chance to see the latest trailer/teaser from Dawn of the Dark Fox.
The Different Voices project is a biggerhouse film production for 104 films supported by Creative Skillset’s Film Skills Fund, with BFI’s Film Forever National Lottery funds in association with the Arnolfini Bristol.
Stephen Clarke – Co Producer
Tom Stubbs – Co Producer
Alex Usborne – Executive Producer
Dir: Tom McCarthaigh
2 mins 11 secs
Using traditional inking skills, Tom’s animation follows an alien outsider as he travels to earth to try to make a connection.
I Hate You Jargon
Dir: Beth Richards
2 mins 26 secs
Beth Richards’ passionate rant against use of jargon as a corporate meeting get’s out of control.
Dir: Clair Beckett
1 min 47 secs
Dancer and choreographer Clair Beckett explores the internal experience of Tourette’s Syndrome through choreographic workshops.
The Harmony Cubs
Dir: Saul Webbe
3 mins 5 secs
Saul takes us through his incredible world of animation and introduces us to The Harmony Cubs who live in a beautiful world without humans…
Dir: Jeff Johns
3 mins 36 secs
Jeff’s song especially composed for his uncle Andrew who was born in the mid 1950s when attitudes to disability were very different …
Dir: Jessie Currie
4 mins 13 secs
Sometimes the peopled world at large can be a harsh place. And other people’s normal, the opposite of safe. It means declining parties because the noise invades your ears and you can’t guarantee that moment of connection.
Dir: Rosa Truelove
5 mins 7 secs
When Batpig hears that his son Goggs is coming home, he begins to explore the concept of family, making tea, lactation and superpowers.
The Death of the Internet
Dir: Benedict Robinson
4 mins 10 secs
My film is about a website that undertakes completely unnecessary forms of censorship and the frustration of dealing with people who’s minds are too controlled by the media.
The Dawn of the Dark Fox
Dir: Michael Smith & Tom Stubbs
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