Bedford Creative Social: Future Shorts Film Festival

12/12/2011

 

Bedford Creative Social: Future Shorts Film Festival

12/12/2011

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We are pleased to announce that we are taking part in the Future Shorts Film Festival this January. Run by the creators of the acclaimed Secret Cinema, Future Shorts has redefined the way we experience film. From London to Moscow, Melbourne to Jakarta, the screenings take place across a huge network of music halls, cinemas, theatres, galleries, clubs and warehouses, providing an alternative to the traditional film festival model.

Come along to experience a series of short films in the intimate and non-traditional environment of The Pad nightclub. The bar will be open, and we might even throw in some popcorn!

Films include the Oscar-winner “God of Love”, BAFTA-winning “The Eagleman Stag” and Sundance-winner “Deeper Than Yesterday.”

Venue: The Pad
Date: 28th Jan
Time 8 -10pm
Cost: £5
For: over 18’s only.
Please book early to avoid disappointment.

Logo & Stills available here: http://www.futureshorts.eu/PRESS_PACK.zip

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