<< back to past events
PROGRAMME N°2 IN YOUR HEAD NIGHT
Friday 16th November 2001, 7:30pm to Midnight
An evening of determination, horror and mirth including:
AMNESIA by Anne-Marie Creamer
2001, United Kingdom, 12 minutes.
A very personal visual exploration of the mind and work of an artist.
MUDCHUTE by Owen Oppenheimer
2001, United Kingdom, 10 minutes.
Starring Rachael Harrison, Shaun McDermott & Ian Simpson.
Waiting for a train in London's Docklands, the lives of a man and woman become intertwined and their identities blurred.
THE KIPPER by Paul Fletcher
2000, United Kingdom, 8 minutes.
Starring Norma Slimmon & Jeffers Mayo.
British actress Norma Slimmon delivers excellent performance as a financially strapped housewife who runs into trouble when the gas man turns up to read her jerry-rigged meter.
CAROUSEL by Spunkflakes
1992, United Kingdom, 4 minutes.
Starring Simon Hayward, Shaun McDermott, Paul Neesham & Dan Salmon.
A short whirly-gig around a drag infested front room.
METAMORPHOSIS by Justine Pearsall
2001, United Kingdom 8 minutes.
Starring Norma Slimmon, Norma, Anne-Louise, Paola and Justine.
Preparations for a party are interrupted when the food starts to have a mind of its own.
FUCKED by KR Buxey
2001, United Kingdom, 8 minutes.
A very sexual young girl seems to delight in self pleasure.
BLACK NARCISSUS by Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger
1947, United Kingdom, 96 minutes.
Starring Deborah Kerr, Sabu, David Farrar, Flora Robson, Esmond Knight, Jean Simmons, Kathleen Byron, Jenny Laird, Judith Furse, May Hallatt, Eddie Whaley Jr, Shaun Noble, Nancy Roberts & Ley On.
A visually stunning and dramatically challenging story about a group of Anglican nuns attempting to establish a remote Himilayan Christian mission. Exposed to extremes of weather, the ravages of illness, and the suspicions of the locals, temptations begin to threaten their vocation. Each nun fights with their own personal demons and desires, leading them to lust, jealousy and madness. The excellent direction of Powell and Pressburger draws out stunningly understated performances in a British classic which illustrates that the unseen can convey far more terror than explicitly graphic detail could ever hope to.
"One of Britain's great cinematic masterpieces, a marvellous evocation of hysteria and regression."
Time Out Best 100 Films
"One of the most striking examples of studio controlled artifice in the history of film."
Radio Times, 5 Stars
"Best Art Design & Cinematography Oscars."
Academy Awards, 1948
Add this film to your collection go>>
FLYER designed by Paul Neesham
Click on the icons below to view past programmes and flyers: