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30 November - 12 December 2004
The Paradise, 19 Kilburn Lane, London W10

Winter Festival

Tuesday 30 November (7pm-11pm)
The Paradise, 19 Kilburn Lane, London W10

Opening Party
Sci Fi, Fantasy and Horror

With “Flying Saucer Rock And Roll” (Hughes Brothers) Ardol O’Hanlon saves sleepy 50s Ulster village from flying saucer attack, “Demoniac” (Stefan Archetti) Dave Courtney guest stars as a dying Black Magician, “Terminator 2- The Musical” by The Pinkypoos Experience, “Night Of The Living Dead” (Richard Mathews)-mockumentary about social problems suffered by Zombies, and “The Tail” (Andy Shelley) ­in a world of tails, the tail-less man is taboo. Plus non stop scifi shorts. . .

Wednesday 1 December (7pm-11pm)
The Paradise, 19 Kilburn Lane, London W10

The Year Of The Documentary 1

With “Grice” (Nacho Crespo) about teenage street kids in Venezuela, and “Bang Bang In Da Manor” (Sean Mendez)- hard hitting investigation into the underworld of violence that affects some of Britain’s Black communities. Plus non stop documentary shorts. . .

Friday 3 December (6pm-11pm)
Westbourne Studios, 242 Acklam Road, London W10

It’s A London Thing- A Night Of Short Capital Dramas

With “Beat” (Tom Harper) about contemporary beat poets, “Nylon Jacket” (Marlon Marashuma)-a girl, a gun and a lot of PVC, “Iffy” (Paul Cons)- a day in the life of a London drug addict, and “Sanhedrin” (Simon Brasse)- Hitler in Stoke Newington. Plus non stop London shorts. . .

Monday 6 December (6pm-11pm)
Westbourne Studios, 242 Acklam Road, London W10

Year Of The Documentary 2

With “The Homies & The Pops” (Monica Magardsy)- the true story of the Compton LA Cricket team, “The Governator” (Alex Cooky) Arnold Schwarzenegger stars as the Governor of California, and “Collective Punishment” (Simon De Glanville)-life on the West Bank for the Palestinians under Israeli occupation. Plus non stop documentary shorts. . .

Tuesday 7 December (7pm-11pm)
The Paradise, 19 Kilburn Lane, London W10

Comic Strips- The Best In Animation

With “The Sex Police” (Stephen Cooke), “Moonwalking” (Gutta Schumenann), “Transit” Piet Kroon, “Superhero Music” (Dotti Colvin & John Shearlock), and “Harvey Krumpet” (Adam Elliott) -this year’s short animation Oscar winner. Plus non stop animated shorts. . .

Wednesday 8 December (7pm-11pm)
The Paradise, 19 Kilburn Lane, London W10

You Must Be Joking- An Evening Of Contemporary Comedy

With “Mad” (Jonathan Glazer) with Dennis Pennis, a selection of work from Punchdrunk films, “Hideous Man” (John Malkovich) with top supermodels in Bella Freud’s sexy clothes, and “Northern Soul” (Shane Meadows). Plus non stop comedy shorts. . .

Friday 10 December (6pm-11pm)
Westbourne Studios, 242 Acklam Road, London W10

Portobello Summer Film Festival 2004 Award Winners

The winning films from this year’s Portobello Film Festival including “The Great Dance” (James Hersov) about the Bushmen of the Kalahari, “Salvador” (Hexstatic)-state of the art 3D music video, and “Roaring Lion” (Ishmahil)- the history of Rastafarianism, and the special Director’s Cut of “The Plague” (Greg Hall) ­youth and innercity society.

Sunday 12 December (2pm-11pm)
Westbourne Studios, 242 Acklam Road, London W10

All Day Grand Finale

Take 2- Best Of The Fest plus new work.

With “Derek Jarman-A Life In Film” (Andy Kimpton-Nye), “The Barracudas-Live” (John Wheeler & Geoff Mann), “Iota” (Simon Denis), “The End” (Jose Luis Motesinos), “Victim” (Corrie Jones), “Choices” (Wilf Macdonald Brown), Aki from FunDaMental’s selection of the Best Of Bollywood, and “Cuba Libre” (Juan Gerard) with Harvey Keitel and Gael Garcia Bernal.


Inn On The Green, 3 ­ 5 Thorpe Close
London W10 (Nearest tube Ladbroke Grove)
19 October 2005
6 ­ 11pm
Admission Free

London Filmmakers Night

Kingston Zodiac
  (Mary Caine & Jonathan Barnett) 60 minutes U            

The signs of the Zodiac are mapped out around Kingston, Surrey, by contours, roads and rivers.          

20 / 20 (Sasha Yevtushenko) 10 minutes 12A  

The adventures of two young Japanese tourists on a summer’s day in London.

The Interrogation (Eric Omani) 20 minutes 15            

Professional criminal Lionel decides to leave the business for good but not before one last job.

Mary’s Face (Tristan Daws) 13 minutes U    

Mary paints faces that come alive in her mind. Against her wishes, they accompany her to an art school interview in London.           

One Day Before (Geoff Bussetil and Tom Harper) 15 minutes   15          

Two old friends while away their last day together on Hampstead Heath before one leaves for a new life.

French Fries On The Golden Front (Robert Kluger) 15 minutes 15        

A quest of suspense and survival set in Blackpool.        

Berocca (Martin Taylor) 13 minutes 15         

A disabled salesman and his autistic son travel the back roads of northern England on a journey of self-discovery, vitamins, and Viagra.        

Meal 6 (Luc Rioche) 10 minutes 18  

The frustration of a young man who explodes in an Asian cafe but pays the price.   

Endgame (Andrew Greener) 17 minutes 18    

A dark thriller set in contemporary Belfast.

While You Sleep (Canek Kelly) 10 minutes    15          

A new neighbour  wakes up the unconscious mind of this building in Mexico City and all the dreams began to merge.    

Cobalt Man And Hourglass Girl  (Joe Lovelock) 7 minutes 18 

Homage to Japanese comic Book action.          

Hollywood W11 (Tom Vague) 60 minutes 18

The psychogeographical history of movies made in or about Portobello Road. From Bedknobs And Broomsticks to Notting Hill. Introduced by cult local author Tom Vague.    




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