Future Shorts Presents: Dances With Love





A new short film experience touring from February 2009. In association with the BFI

Future Shorts dances with love this February with the launch of an exclusive selection of short films inspired by love, sex, happiness and everything in between. Premiering at the Brixton Ritzy on Valentines weekend, the programme will then tour the UK.

Films include the beautiful and haunting Little Minx Exquisite Corpse: Come Wander With Me - part of a fascinating project inspired by a surreal parlour game, Wrestling, Grimur Hakonarson's love story about two gay wrestlers living in rural Iceland and Top Girl a tender truthful and brutally comic tale set in Brixton. Love and happiness in all its twisted forms will be explored in a cinema experience like no other.

In association with the BFI, Future Shorts are also proud to present a rarely seen short from Jeff Keen, a leading light of the British experimental film scene, which will be shown ahead of the main programme.

Each venue will be adding its own unique touch to the Dances with Love experience, bringing together local film-makers, musicians and especially dancing under one roof for an unforgettable night.

Dances with Love trailer:

Tickets on sale at www.futureshorts.com

UK tour dates:
Newcastle, Tyneside Cinema - Mon 9 Feb, 6pm
*The Launch* Brixton Ritzy - Fri 13 Feb, 7pm
Cambridge, Arts Picturehouse - Fri 13 Feb 11pm
Edinburgh, Cameo - Mon 16 Feb 6:30pm
Shoreditch, Favela Chic - Tue 17 Feb 8pm
Glasgow, The Arches - Wed 18 Feb 7pm
Brighton, Duke of York - Fri 20 Feb 11pm
Coventry, Warwick Arts Centre - Fri 20 Feb 7pm
Bournemouth, The Pier Cinema - Fri 20 Feb 8pm
Southampton, Harbourlights - Sun 22 Feb 8.30pm
Norwich, Cinema City - Mon 23 Feb 8.40pm
Aberdeen, The Belmont - Tue 24 Feb 6.30pm
Notting Hill, The Gate - Thurs 26 Feb 6.45pm
Islington, Screen On Green - Thurs 26 Feb 6.45pm
Greenwich, Picturehouse - Mon 2 Mar 6.45pm
Bath, Little Theatre - Mon 2 Mar 6.30pm
York, City Screen - Tue 3 Mar, 6.15pm
Exeter, Picturehouse - Wed 4 Mar 6.30pm
Liverpool, FACT at Picturehouse - Sun 8 Mar 3pm
Bristol, The Tobacco Factory - Mon 9 Mar 7.30pm
Nottingham, The Malt Cross - Thurs 12 Mar 7pm
Hay on Wye, The Globe - Fri 13 Mar 8pm
Lancaster, Dukes - Fri 13 Mar 8.30pm
Oxford, Phoenix - Mon16 Mar 6.30pm
Clapham, Picturehouse - Thurs 19 Mar, 7pm
Everyman, Hampstead - Thurs 19 Mar 6.30pm




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