Short film festival to host masterclasses from the likes of Alice Lowe and Film4’s Tom Leggett.
Aesthetica Short Film Festival (ASFF) has unveiled its full programme with the third edition of the festival to run Nov 8-10 at locations across York, England.
Alongside its main screening programme, with shorts screened in categories related to their genre, Aesthetica will also host a programme of award-winning shorts.
The six-strong line-up features:
- Kris Kelly’s Here to Fall
- Fyzel Boulifa’s The Curse
- Johnny Barrington’s Tumult
- Eamonn O’Neill’s I’m Fine Thanks
- Will Anderson’s The Making of Longbird
- Muriel d’Ansembourg’s Good Night.
The festival will also host a selection of short fiction, documentary and animation films from guest countries including Kuwait, India and Mexico, as well as celebrating the work of Screen Bandita, which restores previously abandoned Super 8 films.
Sightseers’ Alice Lowe, Film4’s Tom Leggett, Warp Films’ Barry Ryan and Film London’s Maggie Ellis are among the industry experts hosting masterclasses throughout the three-day event.
ASFF director Cherie Federico said: “Our screening venues cover all corners of the historic city of York, allowing festival-goers the opportunity to experience some of the best independent film while discovering the distinct and rich setting.
“I am very excited to bring you this year’s festival, with a truly exceptional line up of films and lively panel discussions to explore the nature of short film. It’s not often you can turn a city into a cinema.”
For the full line-up, visit ASFF’s website.