27 Feb INK Festival 2017 FILM LINE UP ANNOUNCED!
After a long selection process and an overwhelming number of quality new films sent to the INK Festival team, we have now chosen our INK FESTIVAL 2017 FILM LINE UP.
INK Festival 2017 FILMS
BOUNCE by Rory Lowe
A heart-warming tale of a 5-year-old girls mission for the Bounciest Ball in the World Ever!
THE THIRD DATE by Adam Collier & Nick Woolger
Two 60-somethings begin to feel those first pangs of love once again. But first, they have to negotiate that tricky Third Date…
GHOSTNETS by Mark Bousfield
Two estranged brothers are brought together after the death of their father to spend a weekend trying to reforge their relationship on the beach. The dynamics of the relationship between them is pretty unhealthy, they have little in common and there is outright hostility at times which is why Jack (the elder brother) has brought along his girl friend Matilda who has know them both all her life. In expected fashion the brothers clash and the whole trip threatens to unravel until younger brother Neal makes a grisly discovery out on the rocks in some abandoned fishing nets. This discovery sets off a chain of events that tests not only the fractious trust in the group but the very core of their morality.
JACKPOT by Huw Brentnall
Alex has won the rollover. But there’s a catch. The problem isn’t that he’s lost the ticket; it’s that it’s exactly where he left it…
AFTER YOU by Jonathan Skinner
When a man holds a door open for a woman, that’s just being polite, isn’t it? But when he insists that she goes first, maybe that’s different. AFTER YOU takes a poignant look at modern manners. Kelby Keenan and Mark Springer play two strangers who have a brief encounter that may or may not change their views. Who is right and who is wrong? You decide. AFTER YOU was shot entirely on location at The Barbican, London. Directed by James Hughes and written by Jonathan Skinner.
LOOKING TO ETERNITY by Daniel Lawrence & North Breckland Youth For Christ
Looking To Eternity is a feature length film about John, a scrooge-like young man who discovers that he has a terminal illness with months left to live. He has a choice – does he waste the rest of his life or do something with it? A comedic but heartwarming film about John who hates his life, loathes his job and struggles with his reclused brother, but goes on a journey finding faith, hope and joy along the way. A journey which affects his family and those in the hospital around him.
PATRICK AND HUWIE by Adam Mondon
THE S.T.I.N.K Festival Young Filmmakers & INK KIDS FILM SCHOOL
V.P. by Mark Finbow
A HOMEMADE STRANGE by Alice Duffy
ABOVE THE FOLD by Josh Trett
7 STEPS TO BECOMING A STUDENT DRUG LORD by Patrick Brooks
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