Join us for a celebratory showcase of young filmmaking talent at our 2020 Young Filmmaker shortlist screenings. All films are made by the next generation of filmmakers from or living in the UK and Ireland. Screening as part of the Cinemagic Film Festival 2020.
ARACHNARCHE (Filmmaker: Emma Jordan)
A doll faces her fears when a spider invades her dollhouse. However, something far more terrifying lies beneath the surface.
EARLY GRIEF SPECIAL (Filmmaker: Jessica Chowdhury)
Early Grief Special takes place in a greasy spoon. It is the only place in London where people are allowed to grieve. Even though the service is super quick (maybe too quick?), this is without a doubt the worst cafe ever!
IN YOUR HEAD (Filmmaker: Hana Nagoor M.)
Joe has a nightmare experience as he struggles to write his exam paper. Will he be able to finish his paper on time? Or will his nightmare last forever…
NEON KARMA (Filmmaker: Karlton Dolo)
In the year 2098, a tiny robot gets revenge on an angry old man!
REGENERATION (Filmmaker: Cameron Carr)
Regeneration is about a dystopian future in London; a horrific landscape where buildings grow arms, legs, and a keen eye for development; at the cost of humanity, the environment and historical buildings.
TENANT (Filmmaker: Sarah Benson)
A girl moves into apartment and becomes consumed with curiosity for her reclusive, strange flatmate.
TERATOMA (Filmmaker: Liam Beazley)
A single father providing for his son through the illicit sale of his own organs is faced with a tempting offer that challenges his beliefs.
THE TALE OF EDGAR HARE (Filmmakers: Hannah Miller, Abi Lindon, Hana Bhati)
A twist on Edgar Allan Poe's literary classic, ‘The Tell Tale Heart’.
THE PRESS CONFERENCE (Filmmakers: Daniel McNicholl)
An abusive man returns home to find his terrorised wife and son awaiting his presence. Hiding in the Kitchen, press to avoid another beating, the boy watches on!
This programme is part of the Cinemagic Young Filmmaker shortlist collection. Free to watch on QFT Player from Fri 16 Oct to Sun 1 Nov. Find out more about Cinemagic's virtual 2020 festival here: https://cinemagic.org.uk/
Total duration: 37 mins | Age: 15+