Celebrating the best in filmmaking from around the world in the heart of London
Many thanks and congratulations to our Official Selection and to all our Winners for making this the best UK Film Festival so far.
The London screenings were presented at the Barbican Cinema.
London Programme 2016:
Tuesday 22nd November:
BFI Stephens Street, London W1T 1LN, 18:00 Opening Night Reception and Selection Preview. Invited Guests only. Email email@example.com and murray@ukfilm festival.com if you’d like to attend this screening.
Wednesday 23rd November:
Shortwave Cinema, Bermondsey Square, London SE1 3UN
17:30 Music Videos. (Free Screening.)
An exciting mix of music videos compete for the UKFF Best Music Video Award. All awards sponsored by Edgeware:
- Stig of the Dump – Kubrick by Mark Blackman (3mins, United Kingdom)
- Speech of Foxes by Ben Philippo (4mins, USA)
- Private Waltz by Marina Waltz (5mins, United Kingdom)
- Kill it for the Kids by Christopher Ullens de Schooten (3mins, United Kingdom)
- Happy by Mitski by Maegan Houang (4mins, United Kingdom)
- Schoolboy Q ”John Muir” by Scott Fleishman (4mins, USA)
Happy by Mitski directed by Maegan Houang
18:00 The Gay Cure:
directed by Stina Norager Frandsen (Feature Film, Denmark) - An in depth controversial take on religion versus sexual identity. Followed by a Q and A with Danish filmmaker, Stina Norager Frandsen. (£12 / £6 concession )
19:20 My Brother’s Voice:
directed by Andrea Bersani (Feature Film – 72mins, Italy) – This is a film that will touch you like nothing else in this festival. Followed by a Q and A with the filmmaker, Andrea Bersani. (£12 / £6 concession )
21:00 Sneak Preview:
World Premiere. Feature Film. Invitation Only.
Thursday 24th November:
17:00 Shorts Panorama 1:
A diverse collection of short films. Arresting fiction, thought provoking documentary and amusing animation. (£6 and £3 concession)
- The Road directed by Yanqi Chen (34mins, United Kingdom/China)
Slave directed by Amat Escalante in Short FIlm Main Competition 1 - Thursday.
- Crackpot directed by Alex Bernas (3mins, United Kingdom)
- Stolpe Nord directed by Julia Tielke (15mins, Germany)
- My Brief Eternity: Ar Awyr Le directed by Clare Sturges (13mins, United Kingdom)
- Perched directed by Liam Harris (11mins, United Kingdom)
- When You Hear the Bells [Au bruit de clochettes] directed by Chabname Zariab (25mins, France/Afghanistan)
- Slave directed by Amat Escalante (13mins, Mexico)
- Daniel directed by Dean Loxton (15mins, United Kingdom)
Timecode directed by Juanjo Gimenez Pena in Short Film Main Competition 1.
- Small Talk directed by Even Hafnor and Lisa Brooke Hansen (21mins, Norway)
- The Body is a Lonely Place directed by Ida Lindgren (10mins, Sweden)
- The Idyll directed by Justin Anderson (12mins, United Kingdom)
- Timecode directed by Juanjo Gimenez Pena (15mins. Spain)
(£12 / £6 concession)
- The Return of Erkin directed by Maria Guskova (30mins, Russia)
- 4:15PM: The End of the World [4:15 P.M. Sfarsitul Lumii] directed by Catalin Rotaru and Gabi Virginia Sarga (15mins, Romania)
- The Fuzz directed by Grant Alexander King (10mins, United Kingdom)
"4:15PM:The End of the World" directed by Catalin Rotaru and Gabi Virginia Sarga in Short FilmMain Competition 2.
- Sweet Maddie Stone directed by Brady Hood (24mins, United Kingdom)
- Mariana’s Sandwich directed by Carlos Cuaron (11mins, Mexico)
Friday 25th November: 17:30 Shorts Panorama 2
A diverse collection of fiction, documentary and animation. (£6 and £3 concession)
- Heart of the Land (Toivola) directed by Kaisa Astikainen (30mins, Finland)
- Pirouette directed by Zige Zhang (2mins, China, USA)
- Black Sheep directed by Christian Cerami (16mins, United Kingdom)
The Bathtub [Die Badewanne] directed by Tim Ellrich in Short Film Main Competition 3 Friday.
- Shell House directed by Artiom Barkun (10mins, United Kingdom)
- Tamara directed by Sofia Safonova (17mins, United Kingdom, Russia)
(£12 / £6 concession )
- Everything Will Be Okay [Alles Wird Gut] directed by Patrick Vollrath (30mins, Germany)
- Mother [Madre] directed by Simon Mesa Soto (14mins, Colombia)
- Imago directed by Raymund Ribay Gutierrez (16mins, Philippines)
Nocturne directed by Luis Ayhllon
- The Bathtub [Die Badewanne] directed by Tim Ellrich (13mins, Germany)
- Sunday Morning Coming Down directed by Harry Lighton (20mins, United Kingdom)
- A Night in Tokoriki directed by Roxana Stroe (18mins, Romania)
A creepy and disturbing thriller. A shocking melange of Roman Polanski’s Repulsion and Michael Haneke’s Amour.
Saturday 26th November: 17:30 Awards Ceremony – Screening of the winning shorts and Presentation of awards.
All awards are sponsored by Edgeware
- 19:00 Stanley, A Man Of Variety directed by Stephen Cookson (83mins, Fiction, United Kingdom) A unique moment in the history of Cinema – Timothy Spall, plays 16 different characters giving a once in a lifetime tour de force performance. Followed by a Q&A with Timothy Spall and director Stephen Cookson. (Screening SOLD OUT)
Timothy Spall in Stanley, A Man Of Variety directed by Stephen Cookson.
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