An affair is not all it seems, sexual kicks, hospital thriller, imaginary friends, and a call you wouldn’t want to take are stories that will make you laugh, cry and think within NOTTIFF’s final selection of world and UK premiere shorts. See the full line up of short films below.

Playing at 2pm on Sunday 9th October at The Savoy Cinema.

Or to book multi film passes head to www.nottiff.com/tickets

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Directed by Victor Perez

(United Kingdom)

Starring- Maria Ruiz, Nigel Barber, Maite Jauregui

Runtime- 20 Minutes

English Language

Another Love is a family drama in which the love between two people is explored in unexpected ways. An expectant mother and an ageing artist share a bond that brings to the surface difficult questions about moving on and letting go of a past that haunts them both. 

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Directed by Saul and Josh

(United Kingdom)

Starring- Martin McCann, Antonia Thomas

Runtime- 16 Minutes

English language

When a couples relationship descends into crisis they resort to desperate, dangerous methods to breathe life back into their faltering romance. This domestic drama from Saul and Josh is certain to get your heart racing.

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Directed by Cyrus Neshvad

(Luxembourg)

Starring- Herve Sogne, Brigitte Urhausen

Runtime- 15 Minutes

 French Language

Cyrus Neshvad directs this gripping psychological drama about the relationship between a father and son. With his son in a coma a father cannot forgive himself and move on but then his son starts to appear to him in terrifying ways.

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Directed by Miranda Howard-Williams

(United Kingdom)

Starring- Jason Flemyng, Jo Joyner

Runtime- 12 Minutes

English language

Jason Flemyng and Jo Joyner star in Miranda Howard-Williams ode to the innocence of childhood. A young girl spends time at the beach playing with her imaginary friend as her parents keep a watchful eye over her. 

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Directed by Caroline Bartleet

(Great Britain)

Starring- Kate Dickie, Vicky McClure

Runtime- 6 Minutes

English language

Kate Dickie gives a wonderfully nuanced performance in Caroline Bartleet’s effective short about an emergency-service telephone operator guiding Vicky McClure through a terrifying ordeal. A heart pounding tribute to the unseen heroes of the emergency services.

Playing at 2pm on Sunday 9th October at The Savoy Cinema.

Or to book multi film passes head to www.nottiff.com/tickets

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