Short Sighted Cinema Returns – 20 Oct

Short Sighted Cinema is returning to London after our UK tour of the #ShortestNights film collection. On 20th October, please join us for a grand celebration of the UN International Day Of Older Persons where we’ll be screening our new programme (in association with the British Council) – OLDER.

October 20th, 7PM @ Proud Archivist

Inspired by the UN International Day of Older Persons, Short Sighted Cinema present a selection of surprising and inspiring short films that challenge assumptions on the process of ageing. PLUS live talks from our specially invited guests and filmmakers.

Short Sighted Cinema aims to bring short film to the mainstream, with programmes featuring everything from imaginative animations to laugh-out-loud comedies, gripping dramas and inspiring documentaries. Come and join the journey through each theme, with highs and lows that will entertain, excite and inform, from all corners of British filmmaking.

The programme includes:
Aunty Ganga – Asmita Shrish
Head Over Heels – Timothy Reckhart
Directed by Tweedie – Duncan Cowles
Born to be Mild – Andy Oxley
People of the Peninsula – Poppy Buckley
An All Encompassing Light – Chloe White

Prices: £5 advance, £6 on the door
Over 60s free! (who said ageing dosen’t have it’s benefits?)
Time: Join us in the bar at 7PM, films start at 7.30PM.
Date: October 20th, 2015
Venue: Proud Archivist, Dalston N1 5ET [website] (nearest station: haggerston)


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