UVFF: Shorts 3

29th April  5.15pm  £8

Shorts 3  5.15pm  83 mins

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Godless (Directed by Fergus March, UK)

Trapped in their office by a baying crowd from all religious backgrounds, a group of filmmakers contemplate a fictional short film they have made disproving the existence of God. As the crowd outside intensifies they wonder if it is just a film or maybe something much more important.

Ken & Carol Lose The Plot (Tom Golding & Joseph Brett, UK)

A young couple promised land by a farmer go too far when their dream of a first home together comes under threat.

Infinite (Connor O’Hara, UK)

In his last months alive, a young man calls upon his four closest friends to make his existence infinite, through the assembly of five key elements from his life.

Infinite is the story of male friendship and the pacts we make to look out for each other.

Connie (Cat Davies, UK)

Wannabe stand-up Dolly Diggs suffers from stage fright. To overcome her fear, she plans to become a ventriloquist and thinks she’s found just the puppet to help. Enter bold, brassy, sassy and sickening, the sequinned killer under two feet tall, Connie. But Connie is no ordinary puppet… She’s a living doll. As Dolly and Connie take the London comedy scene by storm, Connie begins to take over Dolly’s life. Meeting fellow ventriloquist, Ollie Bloom, Dolly is encouraged to leave Connie behind and go solo, making it a supernatural bitch fight to the end.
A comedy horror with a foul-mouthed, loud-mouthed, felt-mouthed star

A Minute to Midnight (Ruth Meehan, Ireland)

‘A Minute To Midnight’ is the story about the coming together and falling apart of four couples during the countdown of a new year’s eve party.

A Hole to China (Brandon Lay, USA)

A charming amateur magician (James Mason) and a woman (Valynn Turkovich) longing for the freedom of childhood reflect on their relationship.

Cradle (Zanyar Lotfi, Iran)

Technically the little girl simply just wants to do her homework. But when grandpa’s snores keep her little sibling from sleeping and it cries, things get a bit more complicated. But she has a good idea

Line & Dot (Shaqayeq Valipour, Iran)

Dots are still and lonesome, but if they join and become lines, they can move.


Tickets booked online must be collected 15mins before showtime. Cash tickets are available for 30 mins at the box office.
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