Best of Short Film Thursdays

Forest Film Club

Best of Short Film Thursdays

Thursday 26th September

In celebration of Leytonstone Loves Film and the Waltham Forest London Borough Culture 2019, Forest Film Club are delighted to be screening a 'best of' edition of their popular monthly Short Film Thursdays. Expect local and international short films from each of this year's monthly submissions, as chosen by their wonderful audience. There'll be a very special guest in Q&A, with networking and prizes to be won.

Have you seen Buster?
Spirited, determined 12-year-old Jacob embarks on a search for missing dog Buster, encountering the various wacky townsfolk of Walthamstow Village. What starts out as a frenetic, fun and energetic comedy culminates in an unexpected heartfelt denouement.
Dir Emmanuel Li, 7 min

Class 15
A cordial parents evening at a secondary school descends into accusations and violence when a teacher finally meets the mother of his difficult student.
Dir Dean Anderson, 13 min

Early Days
A short drama about a new mother, Kate (Maimie McCoy). In the days following her return from hospital, she’s rocked by finding her world altered beyond recognition.
Dir Nessa Wrafter, 12 mins

Two strangers, brought together by unlikely circumstances, discover each other’s hidden secrets.
Dir Helena Coan, 14 mins

These Broken Wings
Still haunted by a tragic accident three years earlier, Carl is struggling to cope with the consequences. As he gets self-destructively drunk at a nightclub, he can’t shake the memory of his free-spirited girlfriend, Mona, and that final day at the beach before everything changed.
Dir James Schlesinger, 18 mins

Sex Ed
Ed teachers Sex Education in schools, a job he usually loves but today, it’s the last thing he wants to do.
Dir Alice Seabright, 13 mins

The Orgy
A romantic comedy about a heartbroken man who goes to an orgy.
Dir Sam Baron, 15 mins

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