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Soda Pictures and NBCQ present a perfect package of short films, showcasing the best of British screen and directing talent. This may be the only time you get to encounter Dame Judi Dench on Facebook, as a woman attempting to woo her local choirmaster through social media, or Peter Mullan giving a screen masterclass on how to smoke a cigarette (without the ash falling), or the rather handsome Luke Treadaway running... A LOT.
The programme also features Romola Garai's directorial debut, SCRUBBER, the story of a young mother who is obsessed with both the notions of perfection and dirt, which explores these seemingly conflicting opposites through the desperate pursuit of anonymous sex. These are award-winning British shorts making a splash at film festivals; they demonstrate that the Brits have got the inventiveness, poignancy, emotional intelligence and, of course, the laughs that make us warm to the short form.
LONG DISTANCE INFORMATION by Douglas Hart | MAN IN FEAR by Will Jewell | A GUN FOR GEORGE by Matthew Holness | SCRUBBER by Romola Garai | THE ELLINGTON KID by Dan Sully | FRIEND REQUEST PENDING by Chris Foggin