An evening of film shorts presented by Bute Street Film Festival. An opportunity to explore some of themes in the films, socialise and meet new people.
Talk to our host Benjamin Cyrus-Clark, founder of Bute Street Film Festival and find out about his career in film and TV, and how he got there.
Each short film is themed around personal identity, and include:
- Silence of the Sky - Director: Jubrail Abubaker (1 min 30 secs) - Animated film about the invasion in Iraq from the perspective of everyday people living there
- Heaven’s Rage - Director: Mark Crane (14 mins) - A young man’s secret identity emerges in a world that turns on those who are different.
- Naca - Director: Robert Cairns (5 mins) - Set in Luton, Raheem dreams of becoming a dancer but struggles to find a balance and feels conflicted by his strict traditions. Determined to reshape the path that has been set before him, he begins to pave his own way but judgement from his family threatens the pursuit of his passion.
For age group: 16-24yrs
Event is free
This event has been organised by Revoluton Arts in partnership with Bute Street Film Festival and Little Red Creative Studios, as part of the Many Voices, One Town campaign working in partnership with the Building a Stronger Britain Together programme, Luton Borough Council and Luton in Harmony.