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Tuesday 21st 10:00 Studio Stepny Short Film Made In Wales

Tuesday 21st 10:00 Studio Stepny Short Film Made In Wales

Available: May 21, 2024 09:00
Until: May 26, 2024 22:59
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Tuesday 21st 10:00 Studio Stepny Short Film Made In Wales.
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A stressed mother with two small children receives a visit from a rather large, hairy childhood friend who helps her get her life back together.
11 minutes
The Theory of Tomorrow The Theory of Tomorrow

The Theory of Tomorrow

Decommissioned and discredited, an obsessive scientist will stop at nothing to finish his experiment.
11 minutes
Pobl Bachyn Pobl Bachyn

Pobl Bachyn

Pobl Bachyn is a new short comedy-horror film from Tarot about the triple threat of Welsh folklore, English tourists and (to a lesser degree) being hungover, all set on a farm on Ynys Môn in North Wales.

When Adam goes to visit his friends Ed and Kath after a recent break-up, he is hoping for some consolation. What he hasn't realised is that he has turned up during Pobl Bachyn, a long-standing tradition in the town of Twll.

If a guest is found in the house when midnight strikes, the folkloric hookmen will arrive and all hell will break loose. But it's just a fun tradition, isn't it?

As midnight draws near and Adam is too hungover to leave, Ed and Kath need to choose between friendship and superstition. Perhaps, after all, it's safer to believe than not...

Pobl Bachyn is the directorial debut of Kiri Pritchard-McLean.
11 minutes
Sally Leapt Out Of A Window Last Night Sally Leapt Out Of A Window Last Night

Sally Leapt Out Of A Window Last Night

Ireland 1778. Two women flout convention and scandalise society to escape the fate their families plan for them. They elope.

Based upon the true story of the legendary “Ladies of Llangollen.”
20 minutes

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