Nightspot Cinema Presents Future Shorts


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Friday 17 April 2015
20:00 - 00:00
Film Screenings, Fun Time Partying, Clubbing, Live Music, Theatre/Arts, Date Night, Pop-Up
80's Music, Electro, Techno, House Music
East London

Nightspot Cinema welcomes in the spring with Future Shorts, live music and PIZZA at London Fields Brewery!

We compliment the Spring collection of Future Shorts with the lively and youthful folk band 'Up Down Go Machine' followed by an electronic music DJ set in expectation of our screening of TRON: LEGACY on 1st May. For only five quid, we bring you short films, live music and a solid party. And this time why not grab a clay oven baked, Neopolitan style sourdough pizza to accompany you into the cinema? Film-Pizza-Party, a match made in heaven... 


1. MI NINA MI VIDA Dir: Yan Giroux | Canada 2013 | 19min. | Drama

A man and his giant stuffed bear move through the bustling crowds and noisy rides at an amusement park. In the face of this strange world he can no longer relate to, Jack searches for a reason to smile… The camera follows him as he navigates this unwelcoming space, rendering a striking choreographed cinematic experience.

2. MYNARSKI DEATH PLUMMET Dir: Matthew Rankin | Canada 2014 | 8min. | Animation / Visual

The story of Winnipeg WWII hero Andrew Mynarski is related stunningly in this explosive, expressionistic and psychedelic envisioning of his final moments, paying homage to our collective past while transforming fact into brilliant celluloid fantasia.

3. EXCHANGE AND MART Dir: Cara Connolly & Martin Clark | UK 2013 | 15min. | Drama / Romance

A remote Scottish boarding school is home to Reg, a lonely and yearning teenage girl. The handsome chainsaw-wielding tree surgeon, and the sinister and unorthodox self-defence instructor, are the only men in this world. When Reg is required to fight in the woods, she knows what she must do. 

4. TWO FILMS ABOUT LONELINESS Dir: Christopher Eales | UK 2014 | 6min. | Animation / Comedy

Two Films About Loneliness is a split-screen stop-motion animated film. The split screen divides the worlds of Jonathan Smallman who is recording his dating profile, and Philip Button, the Internet chef. But will the irritating sound from the real world stand in the way of their search for companionship and acceptance? 

5. PRIDE Dir: Pavel G. Vesnakov | Bulgaria, Germany 2013 | 30min. | Drama

Manol, a retired grandfather, is a patriarch of firm morals and fixed beliefs which he has always upheld in his household. But on this day he learns that the boy he's raised is gay. The life choices of his loved ones challenge his values in a battle he has lost by default. 

6. BRODINSKI FT SD 'CAN'T HELP MYSELF' Dir: Megaforce | UK 2014 | 4min. | Music Video / Cinematic

Techno-rap group Brondinski present their video, directed by Megaforce, which juxtaposes the reckless abandon of a drug-fueled life with a man's journey back through time in a dystopian cinescape.

7. THE MISSING SCARF Dir: Eoin Duffy | Ireland 2013 | 6min. | Animation / Comedy

A black comedy exploring some of life's common fears: fear of the unknown, of failure, rejection and finally the fear of death. Narrated by George Takei.


Up Down Go Machine: An up and coming lively folk indie band who are extremely entertaining and full of energy. Perfect way to start a party!

NIGHTSPOT Resident DJs: Playing Daft Punk inspired electronic music in expectation of TRON: LEGACY 


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Nightspot Cinema

Nightspot Cinema is a pop-up cinema which combines musical film screenings with parties. We feature films about music, famous musicians or which have renowned musical scores and then immerse our audience into a party which is themed around the music and style of the film. Our events are all about the history of modern music; ramping up that nostalgia to fever pitch, recapturing that scene and reliving it through film, party and banging tunes.