London Film Festival 2014

Showing with The Film That Buys The Cinema - a collection of films commissioned to raise funds for the Bristol independent cinema the Cube.

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45 7 Broadway (Country: US; Year: 2013; Director: Tomonari Nishikawa)
Experimental film about Times Square.
Showing as part of Occupied Territories.
72-82 (Year: 2014; Director: William Raban; Writer: William Raban)
The first ten years of the groundbreaking London arts organisation Acme are explored through rarely seen archival film and new interviews.
Afsan's Long Day (The Young Man Was, Part 2) (Country: Bangladesh; Year: 2014; Director: Naeem Mohaiemen)
Exploring the role of the radical left in 1970s Bangladesh through a series of inter-connected vignettes.
Showing as part of Material Evidence, A Major/Minor History.
Blinder (Country: UK; Year: 2014; Director: David Leister)
Short focusing on domestic blinds.
Showing as part of Occupied Territories.
Béton Brut (Country: UK; Year: 2014; Director: Timothy Smith; Stars: )
Brutalist architecture short.
Showing as part of Occupied Territories.
Dark Light (Country: UK; Year: 2014; Director: John Smith)
Reflecting on the state of the world.
Showing as part of This Illuminated World is Full of Stupid Men.
Dog People (Country: UK; Year: 2014; Director: Anja Dornieden, Juan David González Monroy)
Futuristic tale of colonialism.
Showing as part of Occupied Territories.
From A to B (Country: UK; Year: 2014; Director: Julia Dogra-Brazell)
A brief moment of life flies past, filmed in flickers in front of Andy Warhol’s Empire State Building.
Showing as part of Occupied Territories.
The Inextinguishable Fire (Nicht löschbares Feuer) (Country: West Germany; Year: 1969; Director: Harun Farocki; Writer: Harun Farocki; Stars: Gerd Volker Bussäus, Harun Farocki, Caroline Gremm, Hanspeter Krüger, Ingrid Oppermann)
Experimental film concerning the use of napalm.
Showing with Parallel I-IV
Letters To Max (Country: France; Year: 2014; Director: Eric Baudelaire)
The story of the contested state of Abkhazia told though an exchange of letters between the filmmaker and its Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Mars Garden (Country: US; Year: 2014; Director: Lewis Klahr)
Lightbox experimental film feature comic book heroes.
Showing as part of This Illuminated World is Full of Stupid Men.
Monsters (Year: 2014; Director: Toby Tatum)
If you look carefully, monsters of the prehistoric past will emerge from the landscape around you.
Showing as part of Occupied Territories.
Near Real Time (Country: UK, France; Year: 2014; Director: Gail Pickering)
Experimental film exploring subjectivity on TV.
Showing as part of Material Evidence, A Major/Minor History.
Ronse (Country: Belgium, Netherlands; Year: 2013; Director: Robbrecht Desmet)
Showing as part of Occupied Territories.
Sons of Unless and Children of Almost (official theatrical trailer) (Country: UK; Year: 2014; Director: Phil Coy)
Gif-driven short.
Showing as part of Occupied Territories.
The Take-Up (Country: UK; Year: 2014; Director: Patrick Tarrant)
Examination of light bending.
Showing as part of Occupied Territories.
Transcalar Investment Vehicles (Country: UK, Senegal, South Africa, Canada; Year: 2012; Director: Hilary Koob-Sassen; Writer: Hilary Koob-Sassen, Hilary Koob-Sassen; Stars: Chipo Chung, Hilary Koob-Sassen)
Post-apocalyptic tale centring on a financier.
Showing as part of This Illuminated World is Full of Stupid Men.
Unheimlich I: Secret Dialogue (Country: France; Year: 1979; Director: Maria Klonaris, Katerina Thomadaki; Stars: Elia Akrivou, Maria Klonaris, Katerina Thomadaki)
The Unreliable Narrator (Country: UK; Year: 2014; Director: Karen Mirza, Brad Butler)
In Mumbai, terrorists play into the hands of Bollywood filmmakers rushing to register epic film titles.
Showing as part of Material Evidence, A Major/Minor History.
When You Fall Into A Trance (Country: Belgium; Year: 2014; Director: Emily Wardill; Writer: Emily Wardill)
Exploration of the complexities mind and body connectedness.
Wotruba (Country: Austria; Year: 2014; Director: Thomas Draschan)
Reconstruction, through photos, of Vienna’s unique Church of the Most Holy Trinity.
Showing as part of Occupied Territories.
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