MY WRONGS #8245-8249 & 117

What do you do when your expectations of yourself are considerably lower than anyone else's, when a dog tells you to kill someone and then convinces you it'll be 'Ok' because he's a judge? Seek solace in the wise words of a small baby.....obviously. Utter insanity from the master of the "You What!!?" genre, Chris (Brass Eye) Morris.

The 16 films include Gus Van Sant's 1982 adaptation of a William S. Burroughs short story, The Discipline of DE; Tim Burton's early stop motion animated classic Vincent; George Lucas' USC short Freiheit; Alexander Payne's previously unreleased UCLA graduation short Carmen; D.A. Pennebaker's Duke Ellington scored Daybreak Express; Todd Solondz' NYU short Feelings; along with Oscar winner The Lunch Date by Adam Davidson, Stefan Nadelman's multi-award winning documentary Terminal Bar, Joe Nussbaum's cult classic George Lucas in Love, and this year's Sundance winner The Wraith of Cobble Hill by Adam Parrish King.
Bill is a young writer who follows strangers around London in order to research his book, but what had begun as a legitimate concept is quickly replaced by voyeuristic obsession, a fixation that spirals out of his control when one of those he has followed confronts him. Following is a dark and complex thriller/drama written and directed by Christopher Nolan, who went on to make the highly acclaimed Memento.
Classic and award-winning shorts from European filmmakers: previously unseen graduation films from Lars von Trier (Dogville) and Krzysztof Kieslowski (Three Colours Trilogy); early shorts from Jean-Luc Godard, Jan Kounen (Dobermann), Tom Tykwer (Run Lola Run) and Peter Mullan (The Magdalene Sisters); complete award-winning films with Anders Thomas Jensen's Oscar winner 'Election Night', Juan Solanas's Cannes Jury Prize winner 'The Man Without A Head', Chris Morris's BAFTA winner 'My Wrongs' and Virgil Widrich's Oscar nominated 'Copy Shop'.
February: The Short One
The Flicks Kino
Our Kino is open for business and proving a popular addition to the Bristol film scene. It costs £50 and seats 11 people. A 20% discount is available to students, NHS staff, registered carers and regular film groups.

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