XXXI Ars Cameralis Festival is about to begin. This means that November will be filled with concerts, literary meetings, workshops and exhibitions. Screenings of short films are an important part of the Festival's program. This year in cooperation with the British Council and the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) we will hold two screenings at the House of Education of Silesian Library. On November 14th at 6 p.m. there will be a screening of films nominated for this year's BAFTA Awards. Among them are unusual stories about a taxidermist, a magical moment at a bus station, a London bingo club, the obsessions of an eccentric family and many others. On November 21st also at 6 p.m. there will be a screening of project ''The Uncertain Kingdom'' – a collection of nine films selected by the organizers, which address important world issues, such as emigration, environmental crisis, ableism or racial prejudice.
14.11.2022 / 6 p.m. / BAFTA 2022 Shorts / House of Education of the Silesian Library / Katowice
→ Films: "Femme", dir. Sam H. Freeman, Ng Choon Ping, "Stuffed", dir. Theo Rhys, "The Black Cop", dir. Cherish Oteka, "The Palace", dir. Jo Prichard, "Three Meetings of the Extraordinary Committee", dir. Max Barron, Michael Woodward
→ Animations: "Affairs of the Art", dir. Joanna Quinn, "Do not Feed the Pigeons", dir. Antonin Niclass, "Night of the Living Dread", dir. Ida Melum
21.11.2022 / 18:00 / The Uncertain Kingdom / House of Education of the Silesian Library / Katowice
Films: "Acre Fall Between", dir. by Antonia Campbell-Hughes, "Death Meets Lisolette", dir. by Guy Jenkin, "Isaac & The Ram", dir. by Jason Bradbury, "Sucka Punch", dir. by Iggy London, "Swan", dir. by Sophie King, "The Forgotten C", dir. by Molly Manning Walker, "The Life Tree", dir. by Paul Frankl, "Verisimilitude", dir. by David Proud, "What's in a Name", dir. by Runyararo Mapfumo
Due to vulgar language and scenes of violence, recommended audience age is 15+
Free admission, registration required at: firstname.lastname@example.org
British Council is patron of this festival.