Session One Swindon Independent Film Festival Film@Swinge
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About the Event
First Session of Swindon Independent Film Festival 2018
Open House UK Swindon
Danny’s ultimate fear is the monster in the dark, and on this night, that fear will come to life – via the bedroom door
In a post-apocalyptic world, tribes of young people battle for survival in the wilderness. One day, a mysterious stranger appears. She is someone who plays by her own rules and changes the game for good. A story about childhood and freedom in the eternal battle between good and evil.
Talking Pineapple UK
A young girl takes her mysterious pineapple to show and tell.
Break Time UK
A group of school children find a mysterious box in the school playground which transports them back in time. They meet a group of mysterious Victorian Children who lead them to a house occupied by their master. Will the group of friends find a way to get back to the future or will they remain in the past?
Blows With The Wind Iran
After occurring some events for the scarecrow, scarecrow becomes human.
Unrequited UK Swindon
Based on the themes of Jane Austen's Emma, looking at youthful confidence of some, shyness of others, and the perils of misconstrued romance. Diana thinks Erin fancies Ed she's a little envious, Erin's friends Alice, Olive and Cara think so too and set her up with Ed. Awkward courting ensues before the real focus of attraction becomes apparent will it all end happily? Will Erin find her true love? and what about Diana?
A film about old age and about remembering the lives we’ve lived. About love and the moments in time that stay with us forever. Set in both the present day United Kingdom and 1940’s Iran, Pink explores the secrets of a Grandmother and a life seemingly forgotten
Bitter Sea UK
To keep her job and home in London, an immigrant single mother has to hide her daughter from her boss and landlord.
Full Disclosure UK Swindon
A solider is being debriefed after a secret space mission.
Leave Now UK
A grief-stricken woman, Rose Montefiore, revisits the seaside town where she first met her late husband. However, instead of finding the peace and quiet she seeks, Rose is disturbed by recurring problems with an electrical fault and has to call upon the services of local electrician, Titus, and his son, Robbie. When Rose saves Robbie's life after an accident she finds herself caught up in the lives of those around her, past and present, who need her help. After she discovers a forgotten phonograph in the attic and listens to the distant voices recorded on an old wax cylinder, she begins to unlock a secret that lies deep within the house itself. Are the ghosts real, or all in the mind? And if so, whose mind? In LEAVE NOW, two separate worlds pass through each other, like sunlight through mist, where love is lost and found, and holding on means letting go.
A Paradise UK Swindon
The iconography of the moth is change - a transformation into a more superior organism. A Paradise is a short existential study into change.