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Crossing The Screen has teamed up with Printers Playhouse, the best live music & theatre venue in central Eastbourne, to offer an exciting weekend of Independent Cinema!
Crossing the Screen On Tour, a special 2-day event to celebrate Indie Cinema!
Enjoy a selection of spectacular British and International short films + a FREE drink!
Infinite, 2016 (Dir. Connnor O'Hara) In his last months alive, a young man calls upon his four closest friends to make his existence "infinite".
We love Moses, 2016, BFI London Film Festival 2016 and BFI London and Bristol Black Star (Dir: Dionne Edward) Twelve year old Ella's obsession with her brother's best friend Moses leaves her with a secret to take to the grave.
Aquarius, 2016 UK premiere @ Crossing The Screen Film Festval 2016(Dir: Timo Zhalnin)
An evocative experimental dance piece. A metaphor for life itself.
Catch, 2016 (Dir. Paul Cooke, Dominc Rees-Roberts)
In a future where antibiotics have failed, a father desperately tries to save and protect his daughter.
Common Denominator, 2016, UK premiere @ Crossing The Screen Film Festval 2016 (Dir: Quentin Lecocq) Ted is a geek who earns money by testing medicines. A revolutionary pill will change his life forever.
Compound, 2016, UK premiere @ Crossing The Screen Film Festval 2016, (Dir: Severino Neto , Rafael De Carvalho)
A touching doc showing a day in the life of many people in a garbage dump. Their bonds and pursuit, as well as their motivations, wishes, desires and sorrows
Aspeger, 2016, ( Dir: Nicholas Bayfield)
Watch this brilliant experimental short and enter the world of what people with Asperger’s Syndrome go through
Pape 2015, UK premiere @ Crossing The Screen Film Festval 2016, official selection Cannes 2015 (Dir: Nicolas Polixene)
A Space in Time, 2015, UK premiere @ Crossing The Screen Film Festval 2016 (Dir Alexandre Athane)
Little Claire and her grandad spend all their time together, playing games related to their dream: walking on the moon
Promised Land, 2016 (Dir; Stepahnie Grainger & Ray Burneside)
The news is filled with Syrian refugees trying to cross to Western Europe, some are murdered on the way, some drown, and some make it. It all comes down to "chance" and "luck".
|Fri 28 Apr 2017||19:30|
|Sat 29 Apr 2017||17:00|
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