Programme 2015

programme

Greenhorn Short Film Festival is back and as well as championing emerging filmmaking talent we are also celebrating our fifth Birthday this year! Returning to our hub venue ArtHouse Crouch End (Best Cinema, Time Out 2014) this year’s festival promises to bring the best new short films and offer filmmakers exciting industry opportunities. Taking place from 11 to 15 November our fifth edition brings you five days of short film screenings, panel discussions, workshops, cross-arts events and networking across three London venues. Greenhorn invites you to journey East with our partners Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia for our It Came From Japan screening; have a giggle at Laughter Live; escape the everyday with our Sunday Strange World screening and meet peers and industry professionals at our Greenhorn Industry Day at The Proud Archivist. We are also excited to announce our collaboration with Bertha DocHouse, join us at their Curzon Bloomsbury screen for I Am What I am an evening of documentaries that explore costume, glamour and downright fabulousness. To get us well and truly in the festival mood we open with our old favourite, The Selection, a collection of beautifully crafted shorts from the best first time and emerging filmmakers.

Book Tickets

 

Greenhorn Shorts Screenings

The Selection
11th November at 8pm
Tickets: £7, £5 concs
ArtHouse Crouch End
Join us at ArtHouse Crouch End for the glittering opening of Greenhorn Short Film Festival 2015. We bring you a selection of fantastic short films by first time and emerging filmmaking talent. After the show there will be a chance to meet the filmmakers and toast the opening of our fifth festival!

It Came From Japan
12th November at 8pm
Tickets: £7, £5 concs
ArtHouse Crouch End
From the fantastically weird to the beautifully bizarre journey to Japan through this eclectic collection of Japanese and Japan inspired shorts films. Greenhorn has teamed up with Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia to bring you unconventional love stories, tall tales and and school girl rivalry of musical proportions.

Laughter Live
13th November at 8.30pm
Tickets: £8
The Proud Archivist
Prepare for a night of dark comedy and surreal humour with this programme of funny shorts followed by live stand up at The Proud Archivist. From primal scream therapy to unlikely super-villains this is a line up sure to get you giggling.

I Am What I Am
14th November at 8.30pm
Tickets: £9, £7 concs
Bertha DocHouse, Curzon Bloomsbury
Join poodle trainers, Mexican wrestlers, celebrity impersonators and punk grannies for this exciting evening screening of award-winning short documentaries at Bertha DocHouse. When the glitter has dispersed and the mask is removed what lies beneath?

Strange World
15th November at 3pm
Tickets: £7
ArtHouse Crouch End
Escape the burden of impending Monday morning doom by immersing yourself in a series of strange worlds, beautifully realised in this programme of shorts that leave the ordinary behind. Expect the unexpected.

 

Networking & Industry Events

DRINKS

Greenhorn Opening Drinks
11th November at 6.30pm
Tickets: Free, no booking required
ArtHouse Crouch End
Head down to our hub venue ArtHouse Crouch End as we pronounce Greenhorn 2015 officially open! Join filmmakers and film fanatics alike for a drink or three ahead of our Greenhorn Shorts: The Selection screening.

Greenhorn Industry Day
14th November at 10am
Tickets: £15
The Proud Archivist
Join peers and industry professionals for tea or coffee at our Filmmakers’ Breakfast. Get advice on How To Get Paid at our panel discussion, which will explore ways that emerging filmmakers can actually make a buck in this taciturn industry. The day will be topped off with a workshop from London Film Academy where emerging filmmakers can gain a comprehensive insight into how to produce a short from beginning to end.

Greenhorn Closing Drinks
15th November at 5pm
Tickets: Free, no booking required
Earl Haig Hall
Join us down the road at the Earl Haig Hall for a celebratory drink! As we say goodbye to the festival and our lovely filmmakers for another year.