On Tuesday 5 April from 7pm The Light House in Wolverhampton will be screening 6 short films made by the most exciting filmmaking talent emerging from the West Midlands region. In partnership with the UK Film Council, Digishorts was a yearly scheme run by Screen WM offering West Midlands based filmmakers and animators the opportunity to produce innovative and striking short digital films. In its eighth and final year, the slate of films produced demonstrate regional filmmaking at its strongest.
The films being shown are:
Copier (Dir. Samantha Harrie) A girl discovers a photocopier which can make real life versions of anything and tries to use it to solve her troubled family problems.
Best (Dir. Steven Spencer) An innovative animated re-telling of the troubled life of George Best.
Luv’in the Black Country (Dir. Matthew Carter) A documentary set on the canals of the Black Country inviting people to talk about the first time they fell in love.
Rolling Steel (Dir. Kyle Simpson) A fast paced Birmingham set drama looking at how a gun can fall into different hands with dangerous and surprising consequences.
50 (Dir. Ryan Vernava) Tensions flare on the last bus home from town in this gritty urban drama.
All Consuming Love ( Man in a Cat) (Dir. Louis Hudson) An animated love story centring on a man who lives inside the head of a cat.
Admission free. There will be networking in Lock Works 7-8pm and after the screening.
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