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London Films



6:30–10:30pm



For Zeta
(Babak Gray) 23 mins
Faber’s the wrong side of 40, unhappily married, and in love with the beautiful Zeta, 15 years his junior. Drama.

Is There Anybody Out There
(Erlend Palm) 9 mins
Set entirely in the confines of a run down toilet cubicle. A young woman is trapped by an unknown attacker. Horror.

Viral
(Azi Rahman) 30 mins
After watching his wife being murdered, a film star hires an MI5 agent to exact revenge. Thriller.

It’s A Brighter Day
(Myrna Shoa) 4 mins
Sensei, a local singer/songwriter and martial arts instructor, encourages young people to find their motivations and run. Music Video.

Quiver
(Sunny Indjic) 14 mins
A lonesome weekend drug user encounters a series of strange events that might change his life forever. Thriller.

Balaclava
(Luke De Lacey) 28 mins
An out of work gambler riskes what he loves the most to win back his self esteem. Drama.

Drive In Dreams
(Anna Bowman) 11 mins
A car park. A failed modernist dream. Transformed from within into artists workspaces, while still operating as a car park. Documentary.

MUK Speechless
(Ksenija Orel) 14 mins
A family survive the Yugoslavian war. Political and racial animosity made them poor. Isolated inside their flat, typical of the ex-Communist era, they become speechless. Drama.

The Last Pagan
(Jan Maroske) 10 mins
Father Aurelius is eager to convert the last pagan in the area. Comedy.

The Losing Of Lara
(Nayomi Roshini) 24 mins
Lara becomes fascinated by a mysterious lady in pink. Set in Tavistock Square and the magical streets of Notting Hill. Drama.

Study
(Paolo Benetazzo) 100 mins
In the last week before his final exam a psychology student is obsessed by life and death and tortured by the eternal struggle between science and religion. Drama.



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