Everybody loves shorts, it’s a simple fact of life.
They keep you cool in the summer by allowing a gentle breeze to caress your shins and knees and there’s even a song about them.
But I’m not here to discuss the garment, I’m talking about the return of the Ritzy Shorts!
The evening, held on September 28th, follows on from last year’s Pop Ritzy Local Shorts and will once again showcase the best short films from the local area from filmmakers new and old alike.
The evening promises to be a wonderful event featuring an eclectic selection, such as;
Madeleine (Dir. Ollie Verschoyle) In a small American town a mundane event offers a glimpse a normally unseen world of mysterious connections.
Meat on Bones (Dir. Joe Ollman) An exploration of the relationship between two opposites in a political system and how social and emotional isolation has affected them.
Nasty (Dir. Prano Bailey Bond) It’s 1982. Twelve-year old Doug is drawn into the lurid world of VHS video nasties as he explores the mysterious disappearance of his father.
Duke’s Pursuit (Dir. Charlie Edwards-Moss and Joe Williams) A revenge-obsessed industrialist hunts a former colleague and forms a partnership with an unlikely ally in this Icelandic set dark comedy thriller.
There’s plenty more on offer, so be sure to check out the website to see what else you could be missing out on.
Ritzy Shorts is on September 28th, make sure to book your tickets in advance!