Watch films up for Baftas
Cinema goers will be able to watch the eight short films nominated for Baftas later this month.
The Curzon in Canterbury is one of the venues of a UK tour of the films nominated in the British short film and British short animation categories at this year’s Baftas.
The nominated films, chosen by a jury of leading industry figures, represent the best of British short filmmaking and showcase innovative and exciting British talent.
Previous nominees include directors Paddy Considine, Martin Mcdonagh, Chris Morris and Sam TaylorJohnson.
The nominated films to be screened for British short animation are Have Heart by Will Anderson, Mamoon by Ben Steer and Poles Apart by Paloma Baeza and Ser En Low.
For British short film they are Aamir by Vika Evdokimenko, Emma Stone and Oliver Shuster, Cowboy by Dave Colin O’toole and Jonas Mortensen, A Drowning Man by Mahdi Fleifel, Signe Byrge Sørensen and Patrick Campbell, Work by Aneil Karia and Scott O’donnell and Wren Boys by Harry Lighton, Sorcha Bacon and John Fitzpatrick.
It takes place on Sunday, February 18 at 1pm.