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.
2AM (Filmmaker: Samuel Ash)
Is everything real? Don't stay up until 2am!
A VERY LONG DISTANCE PHONE CALL (Filmmaker: Daniel Kehelly)
This is the bittersweet story of Sé, who receives a phone call from a friend who has just accidentally killed himself after a slip in the bath.
CATS EYES (Filmmaker: Oscar Cremmen)
A short surreal horror that all boils down to one thing - milk.
CHESS (Filmmaker: Michael Gormley)
A businessman, after having a secret affair with an intern, starts receiving threatening emails.
FLUFFY (Filmmaker: Tahkeishon Smith)
All Ben has ever hoped for is comfort and nurture. With his parents, Anna and John, too occupied with there failing marriage and dissatisfied life, Ben's childhood has been lonely and from the neglect he created Fluffy - his monster best friend.
SIREN (Filmmaker: Calum Young)
Graham has missed his last train home and is now stuck at the station, he falls asleep but awakes to find an old steam train waiting for him, and he debates for a while about whether or not to get on board.
THE CATFISH CLUB (Filmmakers: Jack Sharkey, Qi Lin, Evan Pedley, Xach Hill, Henri Trigo, Leif Clayton)
3 mysterious figures compete in a high-stakes heist in this 1920's drama; it's anyone's game at ‘The Catfish Club’.
TYPE Ø (Filmmakers: Max E Fisher, James Bendkowski)
An adaptation and re-imagining of the Japanese Fantasy novel Type Ø from Square Enix's Fabula Nova Cristallis Final Fantasy.
THE CREATURE (Filmmaker: George Lolov)
A boy gets an urgent call from his friend. When he gets to the place, strange things start to happen.
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: 62 mins | Age: 15+