Kinofilm: Made in Manchester
- Mon 20 Nov 2017
- 8:15 pm
Made in Manchester
Uncomfortable encounters and unstable relationships, stag nights gone horribly wrong and sibling rivalries with tragic consequences in a programme which demonstrates that we do things defiantly differently here.
LOST IN SPRING
(Wri / Dir: Fred Leao Prado Wall, Prod: Liz Vick, UK, 2016, 12 min 7 sec)
A confidence-stricken seven year old, embarks upon a journey to self-belief.
(Wri / Dir / Prod: Giles Gough, Prod / Star: Philip J. Coleman,UK, 2016, 13 min 3 sec)
Unable to talk to his old flame, Jude, Chris imagines a conversation for her. But it quickly seems as if his imagination is running away with him.
(Dir / Prod: Ed Edwards, Wri /Prod / Star: Eve Steele, UK, 2016, 12 min 34 sec)
A woman calls at what used to be her granddad’s house to unearth buried memories. Her male host finds himself caught up in an unexpected psychologically challenging journey.
BACK TO THE START
(Wri / Dir: Matthew Hall, Prod: Andrew St Maur, UK, 2017, 16 min 38 sec)
A young couple try to move forward in their relationship, but too many ups and downs put on a strain on them. Will they remain together or will modern day life pull them apart?
(Dir: James Pollitt, UK, 2016, 6 min 57 sec)
Corky awakes from under his newspapers and diligently sets off towards his destination. Undeterred by the sad loss of his favourite cap and newspaper he makes a replacement origami hat… And a paper plane.
(Dir: David Green, Wri: Dan Costello, Prod: Beth McCann, UK, 2017, 7 min 41 sec)
A waitress’s break turns into her worst nightmare when she is bundled into a toilet cubicle by a man claiming he can keep her safe.
(Wri / Dir / Prod / Star: Velton J Lishke, UK, 2017, 10 min 49 sec)
Five mates.. one epic night … a joke gone too far…
DOWN AND OUT
(Wri / Dir /Prod: Natalie Kennedy, Wri / Star: Christopher Faith, Prod: Rebecca-Clare Evans, Star: Tommy Jessup, Mia Vore, UK, 2017, 19 min 30 sec)
Billy is a young man with Down’s Syndrome, fighting for equality and his own autonomy. A trip to visit his feckless brother Danny in Blackpool will put the very foundations of their relationship to the test