The Selection

Greenhorn Shorts: The Selection
11th November at 8pm
Tickets: £7, £5 concs
ArtHouse Crouch End

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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. From beautiful animation to moving drama, we bring you some of the best new shorts. At the end of the screening a we will be presenting the Best of the Fest Award to one lucky filmmaker. After the show there will be a chance to meet the filmmakers and toast the opening of our fifth festival!

Best of the Fest Award Prizes;
Red Giant – Magic Bullet Suite (RRP: £521.00)
Final Draft – Final Draft 9 Software (RRP: £162.00)
Production Base – Year-long Premium Membership (RRP: £175.00)
Little White Lies – Year-long Magazine Subscription (RRP: £33.00)
Shooting People – Lifetime Membership



Directed by Andy Hui
RinGtone is a comedy drama set in 1999 where the nokia 3210 is king! A nostalgic look back at youth where eighteen year old Jack is in his first dead-end job and striving to be something special and fit in.


Directed by Stephen McNally
Meanwhile follows four characters traversing a city, each lost in their own separate worlds, trapped in their memories, regrets and frustrations.


Directed by Jimmy Dean
Struggling to cope in a remote coastal town with her dysfunctional family, Charity, a sixteen-year-old traveller, is forced to accept her estranged brother’s return as he is released from prison.


In a Good Way
Directed by Yi Ju Tsai
A typical Asian salaryman who has decided to leave his job and returned to his hometown. En route, he encounters a pine tree blocking his path. He takes the tree home and tries to plant it in his garden, but finds that the tree has a will of its own – just like the salaryman.


Quality Time
Directed by Doron Levene
In 1978, Levene’s brother Amnon (Ami), age 9, and him, age 5, caught the Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, a disease spread by ticks. His brother passed away from this disease while Levene survived. This film follows Levene’s father as he makes a trip back to the grave of his son after a 30 years absence.


Derek VS Derek
Directed by Sebastian Barner-Rasmussen
A domineering father enters his effeminate son into a cage-fighting match, trying to create a male bonding experience, but inadvertently prompts an unlikely awakening.


Tapes From the Revolutionary
Directed by Scott Willis
What is it like to see the world through someone else’s eyes? Filmmaker, Scott Willis discovers Andy, a self proclaimed communist revolutionary that documents his life on a Hi-8 camcorder. Aiming to understand the purpose behind the tapes Willis picks up his camera, however Andy has his own agenda for the project.


Mr Director
Directed by Andy Martin
The biggest ego in film directing tells us his story of a lifetime in the movie business with clips from some of his films, archive interviews and exclusive behind the scenes footage.We hear all about his ups and downs while being reminded of the mountainous body of work he has created. Lets meet the man, the legend that is ‘Mr Director’.


Anna in the Dark
Directed by Danny Agama
A distraught and timid young woman is unraveled during the course of a single day through a voyeuristic journey that examines her home and relationships.


Two Films About Loneliness
Directed by Christopher Eales & William Bishop-Stephens
A split-screen separates the worlds of Jonathan Smallman, who is recording his online dating-profile, while next door, Phillip Button, the internet chef and hamster, is noisily recording his new cooking video. Both characters have turned to technology in their search for companionship and acceptance and it’s not entirely working. Until something unexpected happens…