Up to anything on Monday night? Oh good! Glad you’re free because our short Only One Person Will Like This Film is screening at the Troubadour in Earl’s Court. The evening of short films starts at 7.30pm and all films will be eligible for the Best Film Award as voted for by the audience.
CAFLT short play ‘Talk Tonight’, written and directed by Mark Bowsher, is being tonight and the best bit is, tickets are only £1! No need to book – just rock up at the Cockpit Theatre (which is here, by the way) for the show at 7pm. ‘Talk Tonight’ is one of five short plays being shown at the Cockpit’s Theatre in the Pound night, which showcases new drama, new writing, cabaret and all thing theatrical.
‘Talk Tonight’ is a 15 minute naturalistic drama about the conversation between a photographer and his girlfriend and stars Will Parrott (recently seen in Outfox Productions‘ ‘Carbon Dating’) and award-winning actress Kelly Glidewell. See full details of the evening here.
The cast has been announced for CAFLT director Mark Bowsher‘s new short play ‘Talk Tonight’. Will Parrott (who featured in CAFLT star John Fricker‘s production of ‘Carbon Dating’ at the Brockley Jack last year) will play the male lead, Dan, and award-winning actress Kelly Glidewell will play the female lead, Andie.
The screening will take place at 7.30pm on Thursday 28th February at Vibe Gallery in Bermondsey, South London and will feature a number of shorts including ‘Blinding Lights’ by Manuel Nashi and Riccardo D’Amico. The evening is free to attend.
Award-winning CAFLT short ‘Only One Person Will Like This Film’ will screen at the Riverside Studios (one of the locations used in the film) on Monday 11th February in a double bill with the Oscar-nominated feature ‘Beasts of the Southern Wild’.
Earlier this month, ‘Only One Person Will Like This Film’ screened at the London Short Film Festival and was picked by the BFI as one of their ’10 to try’ at the festival, which featured 300 shorts. Director Mark Bowsher and some of the cast and crew will be attending the screening.
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BFI National Archive curator Dylan Cave said of the film: “The title suggests a narrow audience but every filmmaker and programmer attending LSFF will relate to this tale of a frustrated filmmaker who, after years of rejection, embarks on a targeted campaign to get her film screened. Mark Bowsher’s simple comedy has been shot on a shoestring but tells its festival-friendly story with verve and a knowing sense of humour.”
The film stars Catherine Lucie (who is currently producing ‘There’s No Place Like Home’, which she has also written, at the Etcetera Theatre in Camden), David Puckridge and Victoria Denard with music by Nisha Chand and cinematography by Viv Chan of We Free the Box. The film was originally made as a challenge film for Kino London and recently won Maidstone Film Festival.