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.

CINEMA 16 AMERICAN SHORT FILMS
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.
FOLLOWING
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.
CINEMA 16 EUROPEAN SHORT FILMS
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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