Best of the Fest 3

Total: 87 mins 21 secs

The last of our Best of the Fest programmes brings ‘laugh out loud’ comedies, award winning dramas and poetic monologues to the table.  Here we are transported to the injustices of living in multicultural communities, and witness the exploitation of a struggling actor.  We watch a man try to swim his way out of trouble and go back in time to a Christmas ‘like the ones we all used to know’.

Saturday 16th October Available for 48 hrs from 8:00pm
Saturday 2nd October 8:00pm - Light Cinema Screen 1

Little Dog, Big Dog

Andrew Gillman Natalie Ibu
United Kingdom, 2019
11:08 mins
The production is a dynamic monologue in which the central character, Boy, tells of his experiences. Set during the early noughties, good dog chronicles growing up in a multicultural community and the everyday injustices that drive people to take back control.


Céline Ufenast
United Kingdom, 2021
3:38 mins
UK Premiere
An experimental short about our love-hate relationship with Instagram.

UCA Farnham

Lighting Tests

Tom Nicoll
United Kingdom, 2020
9:58 mins
Malky, a struggling actor, has agreed to help Tom, a director he used to know, with some lighting tests for his new project. He thinks that it’ll be a good opportunity to show the director what he’s capable of, but comes to suspect that maybe he’s just being exploited...


Laurynas Bareisa
Lithuania, 2020
13:04 mins
Using a faceless doll a criminal reenacts his brutal crime. Suprisingly he is not the one being judged.


Lotje Sodderland
United Kingdom, 2020
18:26 mins
A true-fiction short following the story of Witold, a young, Polish Londoner who takes a new job as a care worker, to the bafflement of his laddish housemates.


Jonatan Etzler
Sweden, 2020
13:07 mins
There’s a man floating around in an indoor swimming pool. The police order him to get out, to be arrested, but the man refuses. Swimmer is a humorous short film about a dramatic arrest that turns into an anticlimax.