A 2015 film celebration: A selection of 2015 short films from Mordue Pictures


Mordue Pictures present an evening of shorts titled “A 2015 Film Celebration’. The event will start at 3pm on the 17th of December at the Hackney Picturehouse

 The evening is based around the theme of ‘Perception’ with aim to highlight all the wonderful independent film talent of 2015. All proceeds of the event will be donated to the mental health charity SANE. The screening will be showing 7 short films by up and coming filmmakers from across the UK. These include:

Down to the woods…

(A behind the scenes look at ‘Monsters in the Dark’)

Monsters in the Dark

(Directed by Luke Mordue)

Mummy Bear and Daddy Bear spend the night reigning terror on a poor boy and girl, who never realised that this was the day the teddy bears had their picnic…


(Directed by Nilesh Bell Gorsia)

Two rival gangs clash on a council estate, served with an unexpected twist.

Finding Home

(Directed by Rupert Rixon)

After Thomas saves a young girl from the clutches of his battalion they isolate him. His situation and paranoia worsens and he’s forced to ask the question “what’s the cost of survival?”


(Directed by Anya Camilleri)

A neurotic IT systems manager who suspects his beautiful wife of infidelity and devises the perfect plan to prove it.

The Reaper

(Directed by Luke Mordue)

What would you say if you could have a conversation with Death?


(Directed by Chris Cronin)

Some Children Never Grow Old.”

An investigation into the disappearance of a child takes a strange turn.


(Directed by Michaela Lowe)

Jake, who has Asperger’s and is terrified of social interaction, strikes up a relationship with his lonely downstairs neighbour when trapped in their apartment’s lift.

The Good Son

(Directed by Tomisin Adepeju)

A young, Nigerian man is forced to address a secret he has harboured from his parents during a traditional, family gathering.

60 Hours

(A behind the scenes look at ‘Add Me’)

Add Me

(Directed by Luke Mordue)

The short film follows the story of an ending marriage as they reflect on their past together. The tale of the ups and downs was written, shot and edited in under 60hrs as part of the Colchester film festival challenge.

Afterwards the festivities will be moving over to the OSLO bar where there will be a raffle with some awesome prizes and networking opportunities with a big bunch of filmmakers (and 2 for £7 cocktails!).

Tickets are £7 for the entire event. Click on the following link for more information and to buy your ticket: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/a-2015-film-celebration-tickets-19498898731


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