CinemaAttic London presents
‘All my loving’
CinemaAttic takes London again! They are coming back in February and are happy to present a seriously great selection of shorts. February belongs to lovers and CinemaAttic are very keen to look further into human relationships, specially those orbiting around love.
Friday 15th February, 7:30pm-11:00pm, £8 tickets available HERE
‘All my loving’ will focus not just on couples but on family. Parents and sons will be forever linked, no matter how deep a wound is. Love is seeking for the happiness of your love ones even if that means to lose them on the way.
Nely Reguera’s ‘Pablo’, is a drama of a family that tries to return to normality after one of its members loses his way.
‘Ahora, no’, directed by Elia Ballesteros and Kate Campbell, dig into a raw truth. These are the first years for the democratic Spain, and there are so many open wounds. One of it is this one. A sweet and bitter story not to be missed.
Romantic love shows us that the most important day of your life is the day of your wedding. In ‘La madrina’, directed by Pedro Sancho, the maid of honor doesn’t just pick the flowers. She handles a hard situation with lots of cold blood and irony.
Toni Bestard has been nominated for best short film in the Goya awards with two of his short films. ‘Background’, the short we will present is about Ruben, an anodyne guy attracted by the unusual beauty of Alba, an enigmatic woman. Both live in a peculiar universe, with established norms. Ruben must break some of these rules to get Alba’s attention. Oh, love…
Simplicity and humility are two of the main traits in this short from Hugo de la Riva. ‘Tarde de pesca’ belongs to those who know that keeping it simple is the best life.
And last but not least, we will present ‘Ringo’. When Irene’s grandmother María is diagnosed with dementia, she refuses to believe the doctor and begins to wonder if the spirit of Ringo Starr has possessed her instead.
You are all invited to witness this beautiful rollercoaster of emotions, on Friday 15th February. We will celebrate love and life with a bunch of good shorts, because time is relative and good stories don’t need a lot of time to be told.