Tag Archives: The Shortest Nights

Looking Back on Short Sighted Cinema: The Shortest Nights

We reflect upon the recent Short Sighted Cinema’s Shortest Nights festival… If you’re free all day on a Sunday and you don’t suffer from a bad back, then there’s hardly any better way you could spend the day than attending one of Short Sighted Cinema’s The Shortest Nights programmes; if you’re not free all day or […]

Toby – Review (The Shortest Nights)

The Shortest Nights: What Makes a Man Programme Masculinity is open to exploration in this programme that delves into the many facets of identifying as male. This review is the final one I’ll be doing from The Shortest Nights programme. To briefly introduce the event tomorrow Short Sighted Cinema are launching an all day celebration of short films […]

Watch Me Disappear – Review (The Shortest Nights)

The Shortest Nights: All In A Day’s Work Who needs a briefcase when you’ve got a gun? Gangsters, spies, coppers and chancers get to work in this fun and thrilling selection of films that turn the 9-5 on its head! This review is one of several I’ll be doing from The Shortest Nights programme. To briefly introduce […]

Jordanne – Review (The Shortest Nights)

The Shortest Nights: Strong Programme A varied programme of films that explore the many natures of the modern female. This review is one of several I’ll be doing from The Shortest Nights programme. To briefly introduce the event on the 21st of June Short Sighted Cinema are launching an all day celebration of short films in London. […]

The Cycle – Review (The Shortest Nights)

The Shortest Nights: Human Machine Programme A programme of animation that explores the fun and the fouls of human experience and our evolving relationship with technology. This review marks the first of a handful I’ll be doing from The Shortest Nights programme. To briefly introduce the event on the 21st of June Short Sighted Cinema are […]