Film still: Hard Hat
Tue 22.01. 22:00 / Kino Zukunft
British Social Realism at British Shorts 2007–2018
Drama / Comedy / Thriller / Music Video
Referring to this year's retrospective: Eight short films from the 2007-2018 festival editions that were influenced by British Social Realism.
| The Nest (Drama), R.: Jamie Jones, 21:16 Min.|
A single-mum's (Vicky McClure, "This Is England") family is driven to extreme behaviour when they are evicted from the house they live in illegally and replaced with second-generation immigrants.
| Patriot (Drama), R.: Eva Riley, 15:00 Min.|
The life of eleven year old Hannah changes forever when she meets a boy from a forbidden part of town.
|Hard Hat (Drama), R.: Karan Kandhari, 10:47 Min.|
A cash-in-hand construction job gone wrong.
| Knock Down Ginger (Drama), R.: Cleo Samoles-Little, 10:00 Min.|
15-year-old Sarah-Lee finds herself hanging out with a gang of rowdy street girls. Tensions are running high as her and her new friends find themselves in a dangerous situation.
|Enough (Drama), R.: Tor Kristoffersen, 2:05 Min.|
A man’s will to take a stand is ending badly. Short, fast and very relevant.
| Edith (Drama), R.: Christian Cooke, 15:00 Min.|
Starring Peter Mullan and Michelle Fairley, Edith explores the heartbreaking inevitability that is old age.
|Curtains (Comedy), R.: Julian Barratt, Dan Jemmett, 15:00 Min.|
After 50 years of working the wooden dolls, things begin to fall apart for puppeteer Barry Shepherd.
|Half Light (Music Video), R.: Aoife McArdle, 6:00 Min.|
A night out in Belfast.