Written byon Jan. 9, 2015 .
In celebration of London's exciting Short Film Festival 2015 overtaking the capital this month, Ugli invites all film makers and aficionados on campus and beyond to its first ever "Open Screen" Night on Friday 16 January.
Taking inspiration from London's rampant Open Mic nights, we'd like to showcase the talents of up-and-coming Fellinis to dyed-in-the-wool film buffs and production companies looking to scout London's hottest film talent to their teams, with our very own lovely fringe event celebrating original shorts.
Our lovely location is conveniently nestled between White City (central) and Wood Lane (Hammersmith + City/Circles) tube stops lines, a quick 10 minute zip from Oxford Circus.
Whether you have a short film you'd like to screen or want to check out London's loveliest film talent, please contact email@example.com.
Ugli Kitchen will be open for drinks and snacks.
Where: Ugli Campus, Block B, 56 Wood Lane, W12 7SB
When: Friday 16th January at 6pm
Line-up so far...
"It Happened One Day"- Directed and written by Rainer Niermann. A music-based romantic comedy in BW without dialogue: When Tom finally hits it off with Melanie, she writes her phone number on a 5-Euro-note – with which Tom accidentally pays. How will Tom ever see her again?
“The Receipt” - Directed and written by Rainer Niermann. A tale of betrayal in BW without dialogue: Silvia’s affair with Paul never intersects with her married life. When Paul gives her a gorgeous necklace, she can’t wear it at home… or can she?
"The Graveyard Caretaker"- Grand finalist in the 2013 Tight Shorts Film Festival / Directed and written by Molly Brown. A graveyard caretaker dreams of becoming a dancer.
"The Contract" - Directed and written by Paul Duncan. A black and white silent piece shot on 16mm – a surreal homage to the silent era.
"The Storm" - Directed and written by Paul Duncan. A child's take on his arguing parents.