A rare opportunity to see six brand-new, award-winning films selected by Suffolk Shorts for this amazing evening at INK Festival 2023. Telling a story in a short film takes skill and determination, but it also frees you from the constraints and influences often associated with features or traditional commissioning. Shorts are not just practice runs; they are an art form in their own right.
This selection will delight, with topics as far ranging as love. alcoholism, illness, black comedy and a short documentary.
Papercut – Directed by Edward Heredia
An Irish Goodbye – Directed by Tom Berkeley and Ross White
An Evening with Taglioni – Directed by Jessica Wright and Morgan Runacre-Temple
Deep Clean – Directed by B. Welby
Big Ears –  Directed by Sam Baron
Village Hours – Directed by Matthew Read
Starts at 7:45. Tickets are £8. Carers go free.  See more about the INK Festival and tickets for the festival day programme here.