A filmstill from Tumult short film
A filmstill from Tumult short film
Saturday 16 November 2013 - 00:00 to Sunday 08 December 2013 - 00:00
Kyiv, Odesa, Lviv, Kharkiv, Donetsk, Dnipropetrovsk, Ternopil, Poltava, Chernivtsi and Zaporizhia

British Council Ukraine and BAFTA present special project within the framework of the New British Film Festival-2013. Those films, nominated for BAFTA award is a great selection for all fans of short films, presenting various genres and topics.

November 16th – 17th - Kyiv, Kyiv cinema
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November 19th - Poltava, cinema named after I. P. Kotlyarevsky
November 26th:
- Donetsk, Zirochka cinema
- Dnipropetrovsk, KinoStation cinema
- Chernivtsi, Kinopalats cinema
November 27th:
- Odesa - Rodina cinema
- Lviv, cinema at the Lviv Palace of the Arts, timetable
December 2nd - Ternopil, Palats kino cinema
December 3rd - Zaporizhia, Dovzhenko cinema
December 10th - Kharkiv, Kronverk cinema, timetable

Films age rating: 12 +


Ireland, Great Britain
Director: Kris Kelly
Storyline: A girl is alone and falling into darkness. A low digital sound grows and deepens. It's a call, her father has connected to her. Through this digital connection, at once remote and intimate, he creates a world for just two of them. The world takes shape around them,evoking the memories and security of a distant past and the chaotic adventure that lies ahead. A new world twists and turns beneath them; there's freedom in running through the huge city just the two of them. A moment of danger in the submerged underworld hints at an unhappy past but its soon dispelled by her guardian. But this presence is also an absence and as she wakes from her fright, her father is already far ahead, leaving her. She understands in an instant, it's all happening again. As she runs to catch him, her surefooted step struggles to find solid ground, the world is collapsing. She is falling again, will she ever stop? 


Ireland, Great Britain
Director: Eamonn O Neill
Cast: Paul Thomas
Storyline: Director / animator Eamonn O’Neill extracts a darkly humorous story from the all too familiar and ambiguously loaded phrase “Hi, How Are You”? I’M FINE THANKS pins a spotlight on a young boy’s life into adulthood, and all the tragic encounters that mold his fragile mind to a point of no return.


Great Britain, 2011
Director: Will Anderson
Cast: Will Anderson, Tobias Feltus, Vitalij Sicinava
Storyline: A 'behind-the-scenes' look at an Animator/Filmmaker as he struggles with his character.


Great Britain, 2012
Director: Muriel d'Ansembourg
Cast: Anna Hogarth, Rosie Day, Jay Taylor
Storyline: Rachel and Chloe are done with being innocent 14-year-olds. They head into town on a secret night out, dressed way beyond their years and oozing a sexuality they barely own. There, they find themselves pushed to extremes and the boundaries between innocent play and dangerous seduction start to blur. 


Marocco, Great Britain / 2012
Director: Fizal Boulifa
Storyline: Fatin is living her small village to meet a person she loves, who is much older. But on her way she is meeting a little boy, and thanks to him Fatin got a desire to come back home.


Great Briatin, 2011
Director: Johnny Barrington
Cast: Jean-Marc Chautems, Eileen Dunwoodie, Gísli Örn Garðarsson
Storyline: A tribe of Norse warriors traipse across a barren land after battle. Bloodied and wounded, their chief is near death. He is about to hand over power to his son when an army of a completely different kind descends upon them.


Great Britain, 2011
Director: Mark Gill
Cast: Martin Freeman, Tom Hollander, Simon Griffiths
Storyline: Doctor Williams is called in to examine the enigmatic Mr Voorman, a prisoner with a peculiar affliction: he believes he is a god. The Doctor must decide on the sanity of Mr Voorman - is he a faker or a lunatic? Diagnose him insane and they can ship him off to the asylum. But before making a decision, the Doctor has several questions in relation to Voorman's claims: why would a god choose to be straitjacketed in a prison, is there a way he can validate his boast and what has any of this got to do with Belgium?