Candle and Bell's May Short Film Night features Aesthetica Film Festival who will show a selection of short films, talk about the festival and discuss you can submit your films.
Across Still Water by Ruth Grimberg
Losing his sight to an incurable disease, John considers his future and, guided by schoolboy Ben, casts his line for carp at the bottom of London’s mysterious hidden lakes.
Billy The Kid by Sam Johnson
15-year-old Billy learns that fitting in to a new school can be hard, particularly when you were bullied out of the last one for living your life as a heroic, lasso wielding cowboy.
What Cheer? by Michael Slavens
After the sudden passing of his wife, Stan (Richard Kind) ignores his overwhelming grief, only to be faced with a punk marching band that floods his world with interminable song.
Primitive by Tom Rowland
Primitive follows the story of a dancer through bitter heartbreak and repressed rage to absolution in creativity, exploring the nature of creativity, violence, and the loss of love.
We Were Evergreen: Daughters by Dominique Rocher
A contemporary take on the myth of Danaids and inspired by Zbigniew Rybczynski’s short Tango, the video plays on the progressive overlapping of characters performing in one room.
To purchase tickets please go to the Tyneside Cinema website.