Short Film City Hull: Document Differently – Union Mash Up – August 24

Hull Independent Cinema presents: Short Film City Hull (15)

Document Differently

7.30pm, 24 August 2016, Union Mash-Up, Princes Avenue, Hull, HU5 3QA

Every season we bring you the best of short film from Yorkshire, the UK and around the world. We know that short film is something people don’t often think of when they think about going out to the cinema, so to encourage as many people as possible to try something new, tickets for our Short Film City Hull programme are on a pay-what-you-want basis.

The recommended ticket price is £4, but you can pay less, or more, as you wish! You can even come for free.

By its nature, the programme contains material suitable for a variety of ages, but in general our Short Film City Hull events should not be attended by anyone under the age of 15. Do contact us if you have any queries about the suitability of the content.

Document Differently!

Document Differently is a selection of some of the most unusual and entertaining recent work in animated documentary, this programme includes commissions by established filmmakers alongside fresh ideas from students and recent graduates.

Documentary is a theme which has long-existed in independent animation, but it’s only in recent years that it has become more widely known through successful cinema releases such as Waltz with Bashir and Persepolis.

Animation sets documentary free of some of the baggage of implied objectivity that comes with live action. Presenting an overtly subjective take on a subject or experience, animated documentary can show us dreams, memories, and moments or events which cannot or could not be filmed…

In this programme, stories of sunny holidays, tales of political violence and scenes from long, dark nights, bring us personal testimony and reflection, experiences to be preserved for future generations, and metamorphic musings of a more experimental nature. In each film there is something to be said, something to experience and something to remember. Curated by Alys Scott-Hawkins from Animated Documentary.

Programme details

7.00pm Doors open

7.30pm: Introductions, trailer reel.

7.50pm: Main feature, Short Film City Hull (Time TBC).

Tickets

£Pay what you like

Tickets are un-allocated seating, seat choice is first come first served upon doors opening.

Advance tickets can be purchased from our online store or from Artlink, Princes Avenue. If any tickets remain unsold they can be purchased on the door on the night of the screening, but we strongly advise buying in advance. Advance tickets must be purchased; we cannot reserve tickets.

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