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High Peak Independent Film Festival: Best of the Festival – Kinofilm 2018
November 28, 2018 @ 2:45 pm - 4:15 pm UTC+0
High Peak Independent Film Festival presents a showcase of some of the best short films shown in their 2018 film festival. From the Young Filmmakers Award winner iRony, to the beautifully poetic Helf’r Heli to the hilarious creepy-crawly short For the Birds.
The Noise of the Light
Pablo and Marius make a disturbing discovery about their childhood friend Lou: she appears to be able to synthesise into sound the light she is exposed to. But as she soon becomes an instrument of their musical experiences, her gift turns into a sort of curse…
A film that explores the relationship between man and technology…told from the perspective of a phone.
This is a story of timeless love, with an extraordinary twist at the end.
For The Birds
A weathered everyman builds birdhouses to pass the time, but when a tarantula makes its nest in one of his precious homes, the man determines to get rid of it even it means destroying the creations he loves
Rum and Raisin
When Eleanor and Robert return to the location of their first date to finalise their divorce, the nostalgia of the ice-cream store causes them to reminisce on the love they shared and question what went wrong.
Come and Play in Fabio’s Funhouse
On June 19th 1984, the popular children’s TV presenter David Barnes filmed the final episode of Come and Play in Fabio’s Funhouse.
Limits of Freedom
In this short documentary, we are guided through this haunting social issue of youth poverty by ex-street child Sushil Babu Chhetri and passionate social worker Pravin Mahat, as we investigate into the reasons why children are surviving rough on the streets of the Nepalese capital city, and how the support that is offered to them can often enable harmful substance abuse addictions and perpetuate the problem