A collection of contemporary short films examining family dynamics and how individual personalities can be shaped by the relationships between parents, children and siblings.
MY NAME IS PETYA – On a deep winter night, a mother with two young children end up in a quarantine cell at an isolated hospital.
THE LAST IMAGE OF FATHER – Dušan and Laza travel through eastern Serbia on their way to Belgrade. Terminally ill, Dušan must find a new home for his son, who has no one in the world but his father.
MY BOY – Daniel is a father desperately looking for his son – as he contacts a scattered group of family and friends, telling stories and jokes where he possibly can, we realise that a heartbreaking reality lies at the root of his search.
POND – Elizabeth, ten years old, lives with her reclusive mother in a dilapidated apartment where fish infest the piping, surfacing by way of a drain in the bathtub.
BELLMOUTH – Amy is taken on a impromptu camping trip by her Dad on her 15th Birthday. Along with her little brother, the endless summer turns into an inescapable future.
TRACES – Selma is jealous of her little brother because he gets more attention from their Mother. There are wild animals in the forest behind the house and Selma notices her brother’s growing fascination for the forest. One evening, she feeds that fascination.
SWEET LIFE – As the summer is coming to an end, Léa needs to breath but her brother’s mechanical heart constantly reminds her that life hangs by a thread.
Cinemagic ‘On The Pulse’ funded by the Department for Communities through Northern Ireland Screen.
Duration: 1hr 40mins
All patrons require a ticket.
When & Where
- From:Mar 12, 2020,07:00 PM
- To:Mar 12, 2020,08:45 PM
83 Botanic Avenue, BT7 1JL, belfast.