Michael Moustafi brought three films all with a horror and music theme. Hysteria, a worm-ridden apple of a music performance was a World Premiere at the Cube.
3AM (Part 2 of a scary trilogy by Lee Matthews and Rachael Groom) built suspense carefully while we held our breath waiting to see our heroine in the spotty dressing gown would cope with the ever-increasing sinister events in her isolated and lonely cottage.
Strange Encounters by Andrew Williams featured ghostly apparitions and time warps in the camera obscura a classic from 1985.
Thriller by Mr Hopkinson featured extreme slo mo of last week’s Bristol Zombie walk – with music by Mr Hopkinson’s computer – this film was compiled on the night.
Alice Vandelev-Booner’s performance art film swimming pools was a beautiful and serene depiction of her interaction with watery landscapes.
Thank you all filmmakers....
Strange Encounters. Andrew Williams. 10 minutes.
Thriller. Me Hopkinson. 5 minutes
3AM. Lee Matthews and Rachel Groom. 10 Minutes.
Little Fingers (Katherine Toy) Michael Moustafi. 4 Minutes.
Hysteria (Roach). Michael Moustafi. 4 Minutes.
Fear of Success ‘Calm’ (Ugly Sulk). Michael Moustafi. 11 Minutes.
Swimming Pool. Alice Vandelev-Booner . 23 Minutes.
In addition to these we also showed some films from the Bluescreen archive.
Where’s my Spleen 1 and Where’s my Spleen to. James Pendleton. 2004.
The Ram Inn. Sebastian Nolan 2004.
Who’s afeared .Borderline Jessie Tate. 2009.
Z-Girl. Pete Thomas. 2012.
Attack of the Giant Killer Robot. Jim & Alex. 2005.
We also screened some films from the archive in the 'Blue' Lounge too, including: Zombies by Al Brennard .2003 on VHS.
And thanks all for braving the rain!
We return on Nov 28th for the last Bluescreen of 2012. See you then!