Venue: The Hen & Chickens Theatre
Saturday 27th April 9pm, £8
Merry-Go-Round (Taiwan, Dir: Ray Wu)
Ko is a disconsolate security guard at an ageing amusement park. He calls the police daily for an update on his daughter, who went missing twenty years ago near the merry-go-round. On the day before the closure, Ko must confront the overwhelming déjà vu to reunite another lost girl with her mother.
151 (UK, Dir: Natalie Forward)
Indy is forced to confront the ghosts of her past when one of them shows up on her doorstep. Lauren has come to confront her about a mistake she made that changed both their lives forever.
The Flag (UK, Dir: Joe Bor)
A short film about neighbours and flag envy.
Mausoleum (UK, Dir: Jamie Milligan)
Life slips away too quickly, don’t waste it on the wrong choice. It’s never too late to change.
Rocket Boy (UK, Dir: Simon Sorted)
As we reach the 50th anniversary of the first people travelling to the moon, ‘Rocket Boy’ is the account of a man who witnessed, first hand, the launch of that rocket. As he recalls the awe inspiring event, the story is told through the eyes of a young boy, who’s power of imagination makes the impossible become real.
Things Left Unsaid (Uk, Dir: Theo Douchand)
Harriet Rees stars as Imogen, a young girl getting ready to leave her small town to start university in Durham. Scared of leaving behind family and friends, she oscillates between excitement and fear. There is unfinished business with her father (Adrian Annis), unspoken affection for her best friend Tom (Josh Lewis) , and tension when it comes to her mother, whom she hasn’t seen in years. During her last days in the rural paradise she grew up in, Imogen must face the things left unsaid.
Hindsight (UK, Dir: Oisin-Thomas O Raghallaigh)
Tony, a convict and drug addict, desperate for a new relationship with his daughter and former partner, must overcome his past temptations and prove that he’s finally changed his ways.
The Fucking Awful Mess (UK Dir: Ronald J. Wright)
A grieving man regrets the last decision of his life, as he sees its devastating effect upon those he loves. A powerful, moving reflection on suicide and its devastating impact upon those left behind.
Some Ways to Get Rid of a Body (Finland, Dir: Hannes Renvall, Ria Backstrom)
In the afterglow of his own bachelor party, a young man spots a woman laying face down in a desolate alley. The woman grabs him by the ankle, demanding him to take her with him, and reluctantly he does. The man carries the lifeless woman trough autumn, winter and spring, trying to hide her -yet every time he is about to succeed, the woman comes to life and challenges him to one last dance.
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