april, 2021

27apr8:00 pm10:00 pmShort DocumentariesQ&A Discussion


Event Details

Q&A: Short Documentaries

- Tuesday 27th April: Starts at 8pm
- Films Available for 48hrs from 7pm Sunday 25th April

Q&A on documentary stories about people facing challenges, personal and environmental.


Cambia Tutto
In Dept(H)Ford
When Better Letters Met…
Mind Mending
Boomers to Zoomers: Veganism
Olive Harvest
Big Pink Dress

TITLE: Nania
DIRECTOR: Nicolas Vasseur
RUN TIME: 15m13s

Nania is a thirteen year old Muslim female thai-boxer, trained by her father in Bangkok. We experience her reality and the lead-up to a big fight.

TITLE: Cambia Tutto
DIRECTOR: Ana Mouyis & Fox Schwach
RUN TIME: 4m24s

Comprised of over 2500 images that, when brought together in sequence, take the viewer through the small Italian village of Cavaso del Tomba — a place that has changed from a cultural epicentre of its rural region to a sleepy town surrounded by industrial sites.

TITLE: Foreplay
DIRECTOR: Anne van Campenhout
COUNTRY: Netherlands

Imagine you’re thirteen, your teacher is showing you how to use a condom in front of your entire class and images of different sex positions are flashing before your eyes. In the documentary FOREPLAY we see children receiving their most memorable lesson yet: sex education. Their faces are flushed with embarrassment and curiosity, but what’s going on in their minds?

TITLE: In Dept(h)ford
DIRECTOR: Mary Livesey & Linda Cipoloni & Niamh Fitzgerald & Samya Bachani
RUN TIME: 1m58s

Documentary about the non-profit and volunteer run community cinema situated in Deptford, South East London.

TITLE: When better letters met…Barbara Enright
DIRECTOR: Lewis Eyers-Stott
COUNTRY: Australia
RUN TIME: 10m38s

Short biopic of Australian sign, showcard and ticket writer Barbara Enright. This is the fourth short film in the ‘When Better Letters Met’ series.

TITLE: Mind Mending
DIRECTOR: Markus Schröder
RUN TIME: 16m31s

Filipe is only 36 when he suffers a stroke performing on stage with his heavy metal band. Believing that live music will help his recovery, and frustrated by his aphasia, a communication disorder brought on by stroke, Filipe attempts to reconnect with the world by visiting music festivals dressed as a bunny rabbit.

TITLE: Boomers to Zoomers: Veganism
DIRECTOR: Mary Livesey & Stephen Hak & Ji Hoon Kim
RUN TIME: 3m17s

Is going vegan is just another trend or a climate changing lifestyle?

TITLE: Olive Harvest
DIRECTOR: Lane Shipsey
COUNTRY: Republic of Ireland
RUN TIME: 10m35s

A short doc about small scale olive growing in Western Greece, an area where olives have been grown for centuries.

TITLE: Big Pink Dress
DIRECTOR: Chris J Allen
RUN TIME: 10m28s

Colin, a 50-year-old, 6’6” “bloke” from the North East has been an inspiration to thousands, raising money running marathons in extravagant handcrafted dresses.
Big Pink Dress gives an insight into Colin’s fundraising journey, the highs and lows he has faced along the way, and why he believes it may be time to hang up the dress.


(Tuesday) 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm BST


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