A selection of the best fiction films, from around the world, submitted to this year’s festival

Saturday 25th April - 10:15 am - 11:15 am

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A selection of the best fiction films, from around the world, submitted to this year’s festival

A selection of the best fiction films, from around the world, submitted to this year’s festival

ALTERNATIVE MATH

[USA]

Director David Maddox 

Duration 09.00 minutes

Set in Dallas, Texas. A well-meaning, experienced maths teacher finds herself trumped by post-fact America.

 

THE TEA AT THE BOTTOM OF THE TEAPOT 

[France]

Director Lou Ma Ho 

Duration 19.27 minutes

A film from France set in 19th century Vietnam. Chau is an energetic young man unable to control his emotions. He meets a woman, the Master of the Tea, who will change his attitude and his life.

 

CAGED IN

[Australia]

Director Aaron Kamp

Duration 14.10 minutes

A film from Australia. When life becomes a prison, breaking free demands courage and truth. A film which explores domestic violence.

 

ENGAGED 

[UK]

Director Catherine Lamb

Duration 10.00 minutes

From the UK, a film about an unemployed actor lost in the rat race in London. The film centres around his engagement party as he has to deal with his drunken future father-in-law and his fiancée’s ex-boyfriend.

CRIMSON CUFFS

[USA]   

Director Madeline Vail   

Duration 07.00 minutes

When Laurena goes on a blind date forced on her by her pushy mother, she learns that it is always best to trust in your own instincts.

THE CUNNING MAN

[UK]

Director Rebekah Louisa Smith   

Duration 12.54 minutes

This UK film was inspired by a real cunning man, John Harries, circa 1785 to 1839. It’s an enchanting tale of compassion in the face of callous greed.  

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