Shorts On Tap presents: VISIONS OF DYSTOPIA - A SELECTION OF SCI-FI SHORTS on Wednesday, December 13th at 93 Feet East, Brick Lane, London E1 from 7pm.
TICKETS: £3 (online booking), £4 on the door.
We're exploring one of our all-time favourite genres, Science Fiction, this December 13th.
Come join us on an explosive programme featuring some of the best new sci-fi shorts from all over the world.
This is the last screening of 2017, let's have a few Xmas drinks, too!
ACT ONE: Shorts On Tap presents Belle Scar
Belle Scar is the new project of the multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, artist and arranger Geeta.
Originally from Montreal, she now lives in London. Inspired by life,
lust, art, sci-fi, dreams and strange moods and grooves, Belle Scar is well recognised
for giving intense live performances. www.bellescar.com
PROGRAMME (alphabetical order)
HOW TO BE HUMAN (12.00) by Bruno Centofanti
HUMAN (05.22) by Richard Paris Wilson & Tommy Nagle
IN THE MEAT OF A FUNCTIONING HEART (06.46) by Anja Høvik Strømsted
MOTH (04.53) by Rory Campbell
NEON (15.00) by Mark J. Blackman
SUICIDE SAM (17.41) by Maurice Chauvet
ZACKMAN (05.18) by Jack Tong
Shorts On Tap is London's largest short film community, join the tribe on December 13th.
Doors open at 7pm for a pint&networking session and ACT ONE live performance.
Film screenings start at 8pm
Show ends approximately at 11pm
The screening room is situated at the back of the venue.
Seats are first-come-first-serve
Shorts On Tap is turning 4 this November.
In four years we have grown to become one of the most vibrant short film communities in London.
We are really grateful to the many filmmakers who chose and trusted us through the years.
We have screened literally hundreds of works and we'll keep championing short film in years to come.
This 4th year marks the beginning of a new journey: HORIZON.
Horizon is Shorts On Tap's screenwriting competition for short films, aimed at part-funding one short film or documentary in 2018.
Sponsored by Sony and supported by BFI Future Film.
The winning script will receive a £3000 grant and a brand new Sony a7S Mark II camera.
A prize awarded to the 'best short film script' or doc proposal submitted to Shorts On Tap in 2017 & early 2018.
Our way to encourage a brilliant filmmaker to get his/her next project off the ground.
A prestigious Jury Panel is in charge of choosing Horizon's winning script.
The winner will be announced in February 2018 at a special event ceremony
held at the BFI South Bank, London, supported BFI Future Film.
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