Watch films up for Baftas

Kentish Gazette Canterbury & District - - Family Announcements -

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.

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