The Black Sunday Film Festival returns to the Hen and Chickens Theatre Sunday, June 24th for its fourth volume with their biggest and best line up to date.
Short films from around the world will be showcased and there will be two fantastic features screened during the day. Formatted into three separate blocks of screenings, there’s something for everyone.
Block 1 kicks off with Chateau Sauvignon: Terroir from writer/director David E. Munz-Maire, an outstanding short that has been a huge hit across the world on the festival circuit. Followed by feature film The Three Don’ts from writer/director Paddy Murphy; Paddy is one of the most prolific indie filmmakers on the circuit and this is his debut feature film.
The ever-popular Short Film Block returns as Block 2 contains genre goodness from across the globe. Kicking off with Bride of Frankie from writer/director Devi Snively; another short that has been a huge success all over the world, including screenings at the Athens Film Festival and the legendary Shriekfest Film Festival. Animated short Wood, from writer/director duo Sean Sears and Tor Freeman, followed by fun UK short The Monkey from Director James Atkins, UK Dark Comedy Toby from director Ash Ogden and writer Lee Wardell, which we guarantee will stay with you, and writer/director Jesse McAnally’s amazing US smash hit After Ashes.
The festival concludes with Block 3, opening with GAB, a French short from writer/director Gazanfer Biricik and closing out the festival is the UK produced festival hit Charismata from Andy Collier and Toor Mian, recipients of the Independents Day Award at this year’s STARBURST Media City Festival.
It’s going to be a great day, so don’t miss it.
Block 1 – 1.00pm Chateau Sauvignon: Terroir / The Three Don’ts
Block 2 – 3.45pm Brides of Frankie Wood / The Monkey / Toby / After Ashes
Block 3 – 6.15pm GAB / Charismata