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Film of the Week:  Speed Dating by Isaac Feder


Speed Dating by Isaac Feder (2007) (USA) (8m)

Speed Dating is a brilliant romantic comedy written by, and starring, Brian Beery. Greg, who has recently broken up with his girlfriend, is trying speed dating evening. He is confronted with a series of comically incompatible women until he meets one woman who is different from the rest. Is this the girl for which Greg is waiting and will he finally be able to open up about his feelings? Short films don't come much better than Speed Dating.

Musafir

Fred by Leftchannel (2016) (USA) (1m) *

The short comedy Fred, a fantastic computer animation, is a finalist in the current competition. Fred is a short short that tells the story of two ingenious mice, a wedge of cheese and a feline called Fred. The highly-skilled mice come up with a cunning plan to get past the sleeping Fred but they unfortunately wake him. Fred mistakes their attempts to bypass him as an invitation to dance. And Fred has some moves!

Jet

Blue Hole by Erik Gardner (2012) (USA) (12m) 15 Certificate

Blue Hole was a big hit on the horror film festival circuit. With a clever, circular idea at its core, Blue Hole tells the story of an eerie lake, near a cabin in the woods, that is said to be the dwelling place of the Devil. A couple staying at the cabin read up on the legend and decide to visit the lake, only for the entity within the water to pull the woman in. Based on the unfinished writings about the lake, the man believes he can retrieve her...


The Present by Jacob Frey (2014) (Germany) (4m)

The Present is a tear-jerking animation that did very well on the festival circuit. It was Frey's graduation film from the Baden-Wurttemberg Film Academy, and is based on a comic strip by Fabio Coala Cavalcanti. In an effort to get her son to play outside, a mother has bought him a present: a puppy. However, the puppy is missing a leg and the boy is disgusted by it. Will the lovable dog win him over? And why is he so disgusted by its disability?

House on Little Cubes

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