We are happy to announce the programme for the Southside Filmmaker Screening 2018 -all the films are nominated for the Southside Filmmaker Award 2018 to be voted for by the audience at the screening. All films screening on Sunday 3 June at Loks Bar & Kitchen at 5.30pm. Cert 18 is advised for this screening. Free & un-ticketed, just come along.
The nominated films are:
Toxic Haircut (1mins, 30 secs, 2018)-fiction
A 90 second horror odyssey about getting a haircut.
Credits: Vari Watt, Darryl Girvan, Bryan M. Ferguson
The Inescapable Arrival of Lazlo Petushki (11mins, 2017)-fiction
A scruffy young man is about to arrive in a mysterious city by boat, when he finds himself lost in the labyrinthine hull of the ship. On his surreal journey through the boat, he is chased by the inescapable; himself, the very luggage he was hoping to leave behind.
Credits: Writer/Director – Sven Werner, Producer – David Brown, DOP – Ruan Suess, Editor – Florian Nonnenmacher, Prod Designer – Rebecca Hamilton Music – Graeme Miller, Sound Design – Ali Murray / Cast – Ciaron Kelly, Andrew Marley, Paul Anthony Cassidy
Daisyland (1min, 2018)-fiction
Welcome to Daisyland, where one girl found the girl of her dreams, then followed her around.
Credits: Cast- Amy Gilbrook and Arlene Mckenna. Writer/Director Caity Lougheed /Shot and edited by Georgia Harris.
The Bear Necessity (5mins, 2017)-documentary
7-year-old Robbie has a rare gut condition called Pseudo Obstruction. This has resulted in various surgeries, as well as a stoma – a surgically created opening from the bowel through the abdomen. We follow the journey of a teddy bear from a Canterbury factory to a charity sewing group in the Highlands of Scotland, where the bear is specially adapted with its own stoma, and finally on to Robbie in Glasgow, to see how it changes his life.
Credits: Producer/Director: Eilidh Gow
The Cobbler (15 mins, 2017)-documentary
In every fast-paced, throw-away society there exist tradespeople like Gerry, who continually find themselves at a crossroads with their craft. The Cobbler is an intimate portrait of a dying art and an overlooked world, as we spend some time daydreaming with Gerry in the quiet rebellion of his shop.
Credits: Director / Cinematography / Editor – Gillian Howatson
Scotland Our New Home (2 mins 30secs, 2017)-animation
Scotland Our New Home is a striking, hand-drawn animation that expresses the challenges and hopes young unaccompanied asylum seekers and refugees face. The film is a collaboration between four unaccompanied young people who wanted to use the medium of film to communicate their experiences to others, and Glasgow-based animator and filmmaker Simon Bishopp, who translated the young people’s ideas and written script into beautifully created imagery, accompanied by the young people’s moving voiceover.
Credits: Script written and performed by Hamid Habibi, Mohamad Khalil, Florida Demiraj, Ruwayda Haroub. / Producer: Lyn Ma Mercedes Richardson. /Animation and story by Showman Media
Free Period (6 mins, 2017)-fiction
When schoolgirl Leanne can’t afford a sanitary pad she lines her underwear with toilet paper and ends up bleeding in front of her class during a presentation. Leanne overcomes this humiliation with a shocking act of rebellion – against a bully, a teacher, and against the stigma which acts as a barrier to her needs.
Credits: Writer / Director – Alison Piper. Producer – Anna Fraga McLucas. DOP– Laura Dinnett. /Cast- Jasmin Riggins & Euan Stamper
We Journey Together (9 mins, 2017)-documentary
We Journey Together reveals the journey and experience of four people going through the asylum process in the United Kingdom. This creative short film was co-created with participants from the Govan Community Project, who wanted to dispel the misconceptions and show the reality of the obstacles faced by those who go through the asylum process.
Credits: Produced, Directed & Edited by- Moya Crowley & Christopher McGill./ Participant Contributors – Nasir Salim, Ninadiei Abieyuna Sandra, Isameldin Mohamed, Tcheumegam Gladys, Snaa Al Shemlni, Markoa Al Hamdani, Mohamed Al Ahmed, Raed Kishta, Yohannes Tsgaye.
Slap (15 mins, 2018) -fiction
School, gum and teddy bears. An unsettling and surreal girl-pop tale about a nine year old feeling the pressures to fit in. Devoid of acceptance from her peers, Melissa’s mind unravels…
Credits: Writer, Director, Editor & Producer : Simone Smith. DOP: David Lee