A Short Film Screening Night presenting awarded films from the International Short Film Festival in Drama, followed by short films of nine UK based filmmakers showing their work inspired by this year’s theme, Utopias.
18.15 – Awarded Films from the International Short Film Festival in Drama
For the 6th consecutive year, Syn Festival will be hosting four awarded short films from the International Short Film Festival in Drama, the leading and most renowned short film festival in Greece.The festival is the best South-Eastern European gateway to the world’s most prestigious short film awards, and nominated filmmakers qualify for the European Film Awards.
AWARDED SHORT FILMS
“Hector Malot: the last day of the year” by Jacqueline Lentzou
“Go for broke” by Marinos Sklavounakis
“The sound” by Antony Petrou
“Last daughter” by Evi Karabatsou
19.30 – Utopias Short Films Screenings
Syn Festival presents the work of nine UK based filmmakers who drew inspiration from this year’s art theme, Utopias. Their work includes a wide range of genres, from animation to more experimental films.
“Ingenue” by Levie Eddie Aluede
“Wet Dream” by Joel Duddell
“A visible mass” by Lizanne Figueras
“Dualism” by Tomaž Krajnc
“Beat it” by Jonathan Magowan
“Crowman” by Duncan Nicoll
“Duality” by María Ruiz Plana
“Verte” by Alejandro Sánchez & Francisco Valdés
“Ode to an Untold Story” by Fabio Scaglione
A Q&A session will be starting right after the end of the screenings with selected filmmakers.
Donations will be given to the Welcoming, a charity with a vision “of a diverse and inclusive Scotland where everyone feels welcome and can achieve their potential”.
Join us for a celebration of the Edinburgh music scene! Seven bands, talented musicians, amazing music of all kinds! The evening will progress from world folk music, to Klezmer, Jazz, Blues, Funk fusion, Ska and Reggae and will close with Industrial Live Drumcore!
There’s never been a road movie quite like Paths of the Soul, an extraordinary chronicle of ordinary Tibetans undertaking a 1200-mile pilgrimage to Lhasa. Part of the Cinema on Sunday series.
Celebrating its fifth anniversary, Aulos Productions is proud to present a double-bill revival. For one price, catch expanded versions of two of their most critically-acclaimed shows: “Women of the Mourning Fields” and “Antigone na h’Éireann”.
All change begins with a story and In Our Hands is the story of the farmers who, through hope, hard-graft and sheer bloody mindedness are refusing to be victims of history.