09 May 13
BAFTA's Short Film and Short Animation categories at the EE British Academy Film Awards celebrate and reward innovative and experimental short fiction films and animation. Join us for a screening of 2013's seven nominated films, followed by a Q&A with Will Anderson (The Making of Longbird) and Johnny Barrington (Tumult).
Working closely with specialist distributor the Independent Cinema Office (ICO), this is the first time that BAFTA has organised a theatrical release, and marks a significant development in the way that BAFTA champions British-based talent. The BAFTA Shorts tour visited Glasgow Film Theatre of Sunday 21 April, and is making a welcome return to the Grosvenor cinema on Thursday 23 May.
BAFTA Shorts 2013
Glasgow Grosvenor Cinema
Thursday 23 May, 6.30pm
BAFTA Members can book their place here .
This event is also open to the public, tickets can be purchased from the Grosvenor Cinema .
Director/Writer: Muriel d’Ansembourg
Producer: Eva Sigurdardottir, 28mins
Director/Writer: Lynne Ramsay
Producer: Peter Carlton, Producer: Diarmid Scrimshaw, 16mins
Director: Fyzal Boulifa
Producer: Gavin Humphries, 16mins
Director/Writer: Johnny Barrington
Producer: Rhianna Andrews, 13mins
HERE TO FALL
Director/Writer: Kris Kelly
Co-Writer/Producer: Evelyn McGrath, 6mins
I'M FINE THANKS
Director: Eamonn O'Neill, 5mins
THE MAKING OF LONGBIRD
Director/Writer: Will Anderson
Co-writer: Ainslie Henderson
Producer: Donald Holwill, 15mins
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