Open Mouth Film Festival
London-based student short film festival
Sunday 7th July. Film screenings 11am-6pm, free to attend, seating is first come first served.
Open Mouth Film Festival was created by three students from the University of the Arts London. The five-day festival, taking place from July 6-10 at multiple locations throughout London, is dedicated to embrace creative thinking, social activism and diversity of thought and solution. It also aims to open discourse in the use of technology as a medium to reflect the current events of the world.
The festival is open to all genres including animation, documentary, experimental, and narrative film. The film festival provides a platform for a large number of student filmmakers to share their work. In doing so, the festival gives many emerging artists the opportunity to share what they are thinking and making. and creates the opportunity for students from different universities to meet each other. In this way, the festival is working to help create a larger community of emerging artists.
Day 1 of the festival at Stour Space:
(11am – 4pm. Simultaneous screenings on the ground floor and second floor.)
Ground floor :
No. One, No One.
State of Limbo
untitled (Rupture #1)
Painting Of The Wall
While Doing What My Mom Told Me To
The Bell Ring
A Place Where There is Only Winter
neither here nor there
Magic Space Reclaimer
Death of the Electric Fan
You’ve Been So Kind
A Pointless Film
Nature of the Threat
Should We Starve Terminal Cancer?
Inside the Mosque
The Black Balloons
Animal Late at the Horniman
Ways of not seeing
Coherence (or maybe not…)
The Five Senses
Call Out My Name
Without Him I’m Useless
How To Be Alone
A Place Where War is Far and Omnipresent
Studying to Escape Myself
Left Back: Rejection, Pressure and Mental health in football academies
Do Your Followers Know You’re Dead?
Bathing In A Fish Tank
The First Saturday of May
films you watch when you’re ill
Synthetic Ambient Dysto-scapes
We ask and we tell and we cast the spell that we are under
Notion of afterlife
TO EXIT IS NOT TO LEAVE
Pop Culture Did It, So It Must Be Cool
Fodder For the Feed
Contemplation of a black pond
Beyond Good and Evil
Washing Ice Project
Special Screening / Q&A
A girl goes for dinner
This project is made possible thanks to the support of the UAL Postgraduate Community Project fund, TT Theatre, Stour Space, and Horse and Stables.
Film Festival Creators:
Lelia Byron -Chelsea College of Art
(MA Fine Art)
Olga Tarasova – Central Saint Martins
(MRes Art: Theory and Philosophy)
Minqi Xu – Wimbledon College of Art
(MFA Fine Art)
READ MORE HERE: https://openmouthfestival.wixsite.com/mysite