An evening of film before the lights go out at Kardomah 94

The Art of Flawsome (10mins) produced by Beverley-based Vancouver Film School graduate Jen Hodgson.

The third of this year’s Humber Film screenings features a unique mix of new short films produced by Hull and Humber filmmakers, supporting main feature Some Kind of Love (90mins) 2018 (18) by Hull writer and producer Jack Grewar.

Join us for the last night of Kardomah 94, Hull, next Wednesday evening, July 31st, as Humber Film hosts its latest night of locally produced films.

The evening farewell to one of Hull’s most important multi-purpose arts centres kicks off with a free Humber Film Forum at 6.30pm, where local film makers and anyone interested in, or passionate about, film, local film production and storytelling can come and share their thoughts, projects and ideas. This forum was run by Hull City Council’s City Arts department but is now being administered by Humber Film.

New short films from local filmmakers to be screened include: The Art of Flawsome (10mins) produced by Beverley-based Vancouver Film School graduate Jen Hodgson;  Bella and the Breeze (7mins), an Absolutely Cultured, Dove House-commissioned puppet show filmed by Mollusc Films’ Phil Codd; Jaz Bar Lodge (4mins), an animation by local caravan designer Nic Pawson; Luxinar (4mins) from Pete Hatfield and Paul Leeson-Taylor of Mindmap Productions, and Wednesday Morning (10mins), written, directed and produced University of Hull film graduate Ed Cotton.

Wednesday Morning (10mins), written, directed and produced University of Hull film graduate Ed Cotton.

Comprising more than 20 filmmaker members from the region, Humber Film www.humberfilm.com provides an environment to encourage and develop filmmaking in the region. Currently situated on the 3rd floor above Kardomah 94 in central Hull, Humber Film will move to new offices on August 1 at 161 High Street, Hull.

Its first quarterly screening features for 2019 have included Under the Weather, directed by Mal Williamson, and B-Negative, directed by Phil Codd.

Regional venues have also been hosting Humber Film’s internationally award-winning films, including comedies, dramas, documentaries and animations with some of the region’s star actors, musicians and performers alongside household names.

Working collaboratively, Humber Film produced A Place They Called ‘Forgotten Town’, which was recorded and shot in the city for Hull City of Culture 2017 – Creative Communities Programme; and Open Bridges, a 20-minute multi-camera aural and electro acoustic soundtrack documentary produced for Loudhailer during Hull City of Culture’s Freedom Season.

If you would like to join, meet or chat, please get in touch either by dropping in to Kardomah 94 before the move or at 161 High Street after August 1st. Or simply get in touch on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/HumberFilmCreativeCommunity/

TICKETS:

The Humber Film Forum, which is FREE, starts at 6.30pm

The Humber Film Screenings #3 2019 starts at 7.30pm; tickets for the screenings are £6 available at the front desk at Kardomah 94, on the door on the night and through Event Brite.

PROGRAMME:

Short Films:

Wednesday Morning (10mins) 15, director Ed Cotton, Sunk Island Productions (2019)

The Art of Flawsome (10mins), produced by Jen Hodgson (2019)

Bella and the Breeze (7mins), director Phil Codd (2019) 

Jaz Bar Lodge (4mins), created by Nic Pawson (2019)

Luxinor (4mins) by Pete Hatfield and Paul Leeson-Taylor of Mindmap Productions (2019)

Feature Film:

Some Kind of Love (90mins) (18), director Jack Grewar (2018)

Last night of Kardomah 94 with Humber Film Screenings #3 2019 

PLUS Humber Film Forum

Wednesday July 31st, Kardomah 94, Hull HU1 2AN

Humber Film Forum – FREE – Starts 6.30pm

Humber Film Screenings #3 2019 – Starts 7.30pm 

Tickets for the screenings are £6 available at the front desk at Kardomah 94, on the door on the night and through Event Brite:

https://www.eventbrite.sg/e/humber-film-quarterly-screenings-join-us-for-the-last-night-of-kardomah-94-tickets-65173556863?aff=ebdssbeac

[Julian Woodford – Humber Film]

2 Comments on "An evening of film before the lights go out at Kardomah 94"

  1. Varenka Allam | 25th July 2019 at 10:47 am | Reply

    Will Humber Film be showing… Not Forgotten Town & Open Bridges at this event.. if so, is this with the screenings at 7.30

  2. Please note the film is Bella on the breeze not Bella and the breeze thanks

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