Venue: The Hen & Chickens Theatre
Saturday 27th April 5pm, £8
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Carga (UK, Dir: Yad Deen)
Marta and Juan travel to Iraq to uncover the secrets of an abandoned cigarette factory.
Actually (Estonoia, Dir: Mart Sander)
Fear, actually. Three people, who meet at a wayside hotel one stormy night, seem to share both past and future.
Beneath (UK, Dir: Matthew Bell)
What lies within? / What lies beneath?
A metal detectorist finds a disturbing list in the riverside mud, but realises he’s being watched and tries to make his getaway.
Passage (Canada, Dir: Henry Colin)
Friendship. Life. Loss. Tragedy. The story of brothers Tim and Tyler, growing up in the coastal community of Eastern Passage, as told through the eyes of their friend Luke.
Moments (UK, Dir: Tristan Nelson)
A couples journey told through the most important moments in their relationship.
The Ladder (UK, Dir: Daniel Hurford)
A story of a man who discovers a very tall ladder after waking up in the middle of nowhere, he climbs it and is taken somewhere very unsettling
The Art Collector (UK, Dir: Lorna McCoid)
The Art Collector owns an artwork that is priceless. It can’t be touched. It is the pride of his collection. Oslo, an artificial intelligence, is fascinated by it, after all he wants to feel human.
Deep in the Woods (UK, Dir: Simon Messingham)
You can’t stay seventeen forever. Three childhood friends return to a Hampshire wood where as ridiculous goths one glorious summer in 1985, they enjoyed a ‘perfect day’. Now older and no longer friends, they commemorate their beautiful leader, Emmie – whom no one has seen since… ‘Deep in the Woods’ is a short, comic, wistful film about regret, the marvellous silliness of youth and the chilling tick of Time.
Tickets booked online must be collected 15mins before showtime. Cash tickets are available for 30 mins at the box office. TICKETS ARE NON REFUNDABLE
Over 18’s only, limited access for people with disabilities, no admittance for latecomers.
Hen & Chickens Theatre
109 St Paul’s Road
London N1 2NA