Doors open 7PM, films start promptly at 7.45pm
Phoenix Centre, 68 Westow St. SE19 3AF
Bar available, food on sale from the scrumptious Comfort & Joy.
Sausage rolls with sage & stilton, Scotch eggs with sage & chilli, a selection of salads
Directed By Cat Davies
Wannabe stand-up Dolly Diggs suffers from stage fright. To overcome her fear, she become a ventriloquist and has found just the puppet to help. A sequinned killer under two feet tall.
RT: 20m UK
Shelter World Premiere
Directed by Markus Meedt & Patrick Gather
Netherlands, 1944. Three wounded British Paratroopers find themselves behind enemy lines in a remote cottage
RT: 15m UK
You Are A Memory
Directed by John Dunn, A homeless man cannot forget his past life and the women he loved and lost.
RT: 5m UK
Directed by Megan Toompuu
A visual exploration of a woman’s experience.
RT: 3m Canada
Directed By Ella Bennett
Set in the 1980s, Reyna is a working class, intelligent swimmer. Living with an abusive father, she struggles to pursue her passion.
RT: 13.5m UK
Suicide European Premiere
Directed by Molly Ratermann
In a desperate attempt to reject reality, a narcissistic suicide planning hobbyist pressures her concerned best friend to help commit a grand suicide.
RT: 29m USA
In the Clouds
Directed by Marcelo Mitnik
The difference between how we think romance should work and how it actually does in the age of YouTube.
RT: 20m Argentina
Shrimpers Row European Premiere
Directed by Row McCray Sutherlin
A young shrimper burdened by strenuous circumstances must do what it takes to support his family.
RT: 9m USA
The Foodbank Film
The Living Well Film Group in South London have made a film about using a food bank. The stories are both shocking and sad.
RT: 15m UK