The British Shorts summer adventure presents three selected short film programmes at three different venues, outdoors and indoors. With highlights from British Shorts Film Festival 2023 featuring films of all genres – from comedy, drama, animation, experimental, music video to documentary! (Screenings in English language)

A special treat: For the British Shorts Summer Edition Flicks´n´Scoops will create special ice cream, inspired by the two award-winning films of British Shorts 2023.

Opening Times: 30 Minutes before the screening.

Tickets are available online and at the boxoffice.

Heart Valley
(Documentary), D.: Christian Cargill, 19:15 Min.
A day in the life of Welsh shepherd Wilf Davies. He has never left his valley and yet, he wouldn’t want to be anywhere else.

Do Not Feed The Pigeons (Animation), D.: Antonin Niclass, 08:40 Min.
Lonely travellers are waiting for the last coach at the station.

Tall Dark and Handsome (Comedy), D.: Sam Baron, 13:59 Min.
A British-Indian man discovers his white girlfriend has a dating history that is darker than he imagined. With Amit Shah (“Happy Valley“).

The Ballad Of Olive Morris (Drama), D.: Alex Kayode-Kay, 10:29 Min.
Brixton 1969. 17-year-old Olive Morris gets violently caught up in an incident of police brutality.

Dawta (Animation), D.: Jessica Ashman, 07:24 Min.
Dawta has a power she is unaware of, until she is propelled through time and space to a utopian planet.

Joy (Drama), D.: Alexandra Brodski, 20:00 Min.
A teenage inmate at a juvenile detention centre is drawn to a 10-year-old girl who seems to have an intoxicating power.

A Taste For Music (Animation, Documentary), D.: Jordan Antonowicz-Behnan, 05:06 Min.
A self-reflected documentary inspired by the memories and the record collection of the director’s father.

Hiya, Mate (Comedy), D.: Joseph Hurst, 2 Min.
A customer (Conor Clarke McGrath, “Sex Education“) and a shopkeeper don’t quite get along.

Hotel Kalura (Animation), D.: sophie koko gate, 5 Min.
A woman walks into a hotel bar on the romantic island of Sicily, waiting to get lit.

A Little Death (Dark Comedy), D.: Maria Pawlikowska, 10 Min.
Eternal life is getting harder for the undead Tina, who subsists on the transfer of energies of the male orgasm.



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