Films in the City
Thurs 13th October 7pm, London
Non-Multiplex Cinema’s screening event of the highest quality short films with an Audience Award for Best Film on the Night. Announcing the line-up for the evening screening:
A probational experiment forces its newest chosen convict to confront the horror of her crime in order to win her freedom.
Director Dan Tonkin
When a man holds a door open for a woman, that’s just being polite. But when he insists she goes first, maybe that’s different…
Director James Hughes
Frank’s had enough. A spirit medium whose unique and grotesque method of channeling the dead is putting his own life at risk, he wants out. But others, in this world and the next, have plans of their own. Part body horror, part crime thriller, part ghost story, The Stomach is a unique tale of Supernatural Noir.
Director Ben Steiner
If I Can Dream
A peculiar journey following the artist Dmitri Galitzine as he chases his dream of being the best Elvis Tribute Artist in Europe.
Director Mattia Reiniger
Pastry is a short film about a ‘sweet’ seduction. It is a light-hearted but meaningful look at how women perceive their body weight or shape in relation to others. Our fairy-tale starts when Caroline, a business woman in her early thirties, allows her desire for a doughnut to win over her months of dieting. But the first doughnut leads to a doomed diet, and so much more.
Director Eduardo Barreto
Residents of a retirement home take over the warden’s office to protest their eviction. Dark secrets are revealed in this emotional story.
Director Julian Bushell – this film is out of competition
Many of the filmmakers will be available for a Q&A.
The above shows some of the fantastic films and projects that will be showcased on the night on the big screen at a lovely posh auditorium, leather seats, dedicated projector room at the
Deloitte Auditorium, 2 New Street Square, EC4A 3BZ (map)
The auditorium breaks out into the foyer where we will be having chilled drinks. Plenty of opportunities to meet other filmmakers, actors and film lovers.
This event supports the charties Alzheimer’s Society.
It’s going to be a memorable evening, don’t miss out.
Want to attend? Full price is £7.50, Purchase your discounted ticket(s) now while it lasts:
Thursday 23rd June @ 7.30pm, London EC4A
We think we’ve found the most amazing short films for you to watch. Here is a montage of just some of them, more to follow…
The venue is Deloitte Auditorium, 2 New Street Square, EC4A 3BZ (map)
Features leather seats, dedicated projector room, come watch the films in style. As well as the award for best short, there will be Q&As with the cast/crew from the films, networking before and after in the breakout area. Drinks and beverages served throughout the evening.
This event supports the charties Alzheimer’s Society and Prostate Cancer UK.
It’s going to be a memorable evening, don’t miss out.
Want to attend? Full price is £7.50, Purchase your discounted ticket(s) now:
I couldn’t agree more with the quote from one of our members from Non-Multiplex Cinemageors Group meetup, “Fantastic! A really great selection of films. A mix of brilliant storytelling, cool concepts and some stunning cinematography. Very impressive!”.
The evening took place on the 1st March 2016 in London, expertly hosted by Arazou Baker. Short films screened included…
Red River directed by Emma Lindley, Table Manners directed by Rebecca Manley
Surgery directed by Clemens Bros, Bouquet directed by Guen Murroni, Be Now directed by Graham Atkins-Hughes
+ Night Shift directed by Richard Higson
And the winner…
Non-Multiplex Cinema Best Film
Receiving the Non-Multiplex Cinema Award for Best Short Film director Emma Lindley and actress Nikhita Mani for “Red River”.
Until next time,
Terracotta Festival, in association with Cathay Pacific, present an exciting competition to win a trip to the vibrant city of Hong Kong.
Terracotta are partnering with Cathay Pacific to celebrate the launch of their 5th daily London Heathrow to Hong Kong flight. Accommodation is provided by the five star Design Hotels ™ member, The Mira Hong Kong.
To enter the competition, make and submit a short film on the theme: “Asia In London”. The film must last no more than 3 minutes in length.
Submissions are open from Tuesday 23 April and close at 12 noon 20 May.
A panel of judges including guest directors and actors attending Terracotta Festival 2013 will select the winning entry, and the winner notified by 30 May.
The winning entry will enjoy an Official World Premiere screening at Terracotta Festival and a prize presentation ceremony.
The prize consists of:
• 2 Cathay Pacific Economy class return flights from London Heathrow to Hong Kong
• 3 nights stay at a Design Hotel The Mira Hong Kong including daily breakfast for two
• Winning entry to have an Official World Premiere screening at Terracotta Festival 2013
The competition is open to all UK residents aged 18 or over. Full terms and conditions apply.
Terracotta Festival director, Joey Leung, says: “We are excited to be working with Cathay Pacific and The Mira Hong Kong hotel and they are providing a great, and fun, incentive for people to get creative and win a trip to Hong Kong! We look forward to viewing the submissions.”
‘’As the home carrier for Hong Kong and gateway to Asia, we are delighted to be sponsoring this wonderful competition which we hope will inspire entrants to capture the judges’ imagination. We are looking forward to viewing the winning video and good luck to everyone!’’ Carmen Tse, Marketing Manager, Cathay Pacific Airways.
“As a one-of-a-kind design hotel marked by art, music, and cutting-edge technology, we are proud to be involved in the Short Film Competition of The Terracotta Film Festival, alongside with Cathay Pacific, and we look forward to welcoming the winner of this exciting cultural project at The Mira,” shares Executive Assistant Manager, The Mira Hong Kong, Guillaume Gallas.
CALLING ALL LONDON FILMMAKERS – SELLING YOUR SHORT FILMS ONLINE.
A new website has launched called www.londonshortfilms.com. Set up by filmmakers for filmmakers it enables the best of London short filmmaking to be sold via download or streaming. The short films must be made by London-based directors, or shot in London.
The filmmaker receives 75% of the purchase price (top price £2 per film). It’s a non-exclusive deal, and extras can easily be added to the film offer. The system of accounting is quick and transparent with constant access to your account.
“The site has come about after personal experience as a maker of short films. I hope we can empower new and established filmmakers with this site.”
(Jeremy Wooding, filmmaker, site co-founder)
Non-Multiplex Cinema’s award winning short film CAPTIVE is currently in Shooting People’s Film of the Month competition. Please spare a few minutes to check it out at the below link, and if you are a Shooting People member, please vote!!
Here’s the link: http://shootingpeople.org/watch/109785/captive
A hostage thriller with a satirical twist, CAPTIVE has been officially selected and screened at several film festivals around the world and won the Audience Award at Portobello Film Festival. It has also been screened on TVP Kultura in Poland and streamed throughout France by CVS. CAPTIVE was written by Paul Nash and directed by Gus Alvarez. The film stars David Cann (Brass Eye, Jam) and Jonathan Rhodes (Life’s Too Short, Parents).