WATERSHED CINEMA 3
16:30
£6.00
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1hr 30m
Dir: Various

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UWE_FILM (BA Hons Filmmaking at UWE) will be screening a selection of its recent graduate work in an event hosted by Programme Leader Freya Billington.

A mix of drama, documentary and experimental work, several of the films have already been selected for festival screenings including the prestigious upcoming BFI London Film Festival. Covering all aspects of Film and Moving Image Production, the course benefits hugely from its location in Bristol, UNESCO CITY OF FILM, and enjoys relationships with companies including Bottleyard Film Studios, BBC N.H.U., Films@59, Aardman and Icon Films. Working closely with the Watershed and it’s programmer Mark Cosgrove, has enabled special student screenings and Q&A’s with internationally acclaimed directors like Paddy Considine (Journeyman), Andrey Zvyagintsev (Loveless) and Gurinder Chadha (Viceroy’s House) alongside regular Industry Guest Lectures on campus.

The screening will be followed by drinks in the bar and a chance to chat with the teaching team recent graduates and current UWE_FILM students so come hear about our upcoming plans for increased world domination and check us out here: @UWE_FILM, or find us on Facebook and Vimeo.

FILMS:

Regina

Dir: Nirmala Valinciute
UK / Lithuania 2018
8 mins 32 secs

A woman’s struggles watching her parents cope with the aftermath of the 1941 Lithuanian mass deportations to Siberia.

 

No Huyas

Dir: Santi Garcia
UK / Spain 2018
10 mins 17 secs

No Huyas follows the day of Dianne and Pedro until their worlds drastically collide due to an unforseen connection.

 

Pushing Buttons

Dir: Sam Pilbeam
UK 2018
8 mins 18 secs

A malfunction at the console of a nuclear warhead causes two stubborn pencil pushers to butt heads.

 

Girl

Dir: Lowri Robers
UK 2018
5 mins 36 secs

A young immigrant girl gets her period while on the move. Selected for BFI London Film Festival.

 

The Door

Dir: Evan Woodall
UK 2018
5 mins 44 secs

A short exploring and challenging the stereotypes door staff are faced with in their day-to-day work role.

 

Polyfila

Dir: Scarlett Anderson
UK 2018
7 mins 11 secs

A young girl falls in love with a plastic bag.

 

The Eel

Dir: Kester Urwin
UK 2018

Something unexpected lurks in the well.

 

Samurai Blood

Dir: Elias Williams
UK 2018
8 mins 52 secs

A short film about love, loss and a famous African samurai. Selected Palace Arts Film Festival, Poland

 

51

Dir: Lizzie Meaker
UK 2018
3 mins 8 secs

Charts the mental deterioration of a young female in the aftermath of acquaintance rape. Selected Palace Arts Film Festival, Poland