“Forget Me not” by Kim Noce has been shortlisted and will be screened at the SAF SHORTS at the BFI with a Q&A afterwards . The screening is organised by the SAF Forum. You can book your seat here https://safshorts.eventbrite.co.uk/ for the 25th January screening at 1PM. All the information and details can be found below
Date: Saturday 25th January 1pm
Location: BFI Southbank
Book your seat here: https://safshorts.eventbrite.co.uk/
Ranging from experimental film to animation, documentary and stories about human relationships, SAF SHORTS spotlights a selection of creative films that show the reality and fantasy of London. Supported by the BFI, SAF SHORTS programme will enable a platform to showcase exciting film making talent. Join us for a cinematic Saturday afternoon at the BFI on January 25th 2014 for just £5. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with some of the filmmakers moderated by SAF.
LONDON THE CITY
Forget Me Not – UK / 2013 / 3min
Dir. Kim Noce
Synopsis: A little fairytale of a child and her imaginary friends, recalled by an old woman drifting into bygone memories
A Roost For Every Bird – UK/ 2012 / 5min 42sec
Dir. Jack Wormell
Synopsis: A documentary of a city we never see; features sheep and skyscrapers.
City Distortions – UK / 2012 / 4min
Synopsis: This project forms part of an ongoing investigation around global cities and the environment and explores city expansion, development and concerns for a sustainable future.
The Latymer Triangle – UK/ 2013 / 9min
Dir. Dee Harding
Synopsis: Constantine Gras, artist and filmmaker, reveals his fascination with the rich social history of an overlooked corner of West London and how he uses drawing to try and make sense of the multiple threads that issue from the archive
In My Own Words – UK / 2013 / 11min 13 sec
Dir. Enrique Rovira
Synopsis: Perfection, beauty, colour… chaos! Just another day in the life of an unusual superhero.
Long Walk Home – UK / 2013 / 15min
Dir. Sameer Patel
Synopsis: LONG WALK HOME is a dark romantic comedy about Thomas and Freya, a young couple from London. One night they decide to walk back home rather than taking a taxi, and during their journey discover the very different secrets that they have been keeping from one another.
Meeting Daddy – UK / 2012 / 8min
Dir. Rebecca Rycroft
Synopsis: Meeting up with a stranger can often by difficult, especially when it’s your father.
The Same Sky The Same Rain – UK / 2013 / 7min 18sec
Dir. Rosa Berned
Synopsis: On a typical rainy day in London, two Spanish friends meet up to walk together on their way to work.