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Reel Brum at Flatpack Festival

Reel Brum will be at Flatpack Festival this year, showcasing a fantastic and diverse programme of Midland films picked from the submissions we've received for our events each month.

Join us at the Mockingbird Cinema on Sunday 12th & Monday 13th May for this celebration of the best of Reel Brum and find out who will be picked our overall winner, snatching the prize of £500 kindly donated by our friends at The Old Crown.


SUNDAY 12TH MAY 8PM - 9.30PM MOCKINGBIRD CINEMA


Coconut

(Dir. Roshan Balu)

Following the recent death of his grandfather, Arun escapes his now un-recognisable home and ventures out to meet his best friend, in which he experiences strange visions causing him to confront his identity.


Bunny Jake Is Missing

(Dir. Shane Grant)

When Baby Sam is told his pet bunny rabbit has gone on vacation he suspects foul play.


Black Country Cowboy

(Dir. Ryan Davies)

This is a documentary about Pete Boddis a 78 year old country and western singer from Stourbridge West Midlands. A genuine unrecognised songwriting talent and a legend in the local area. This is a film about persistence, talent and love. A man who loves music and his wife in equal measure.


Behind The Counter

(Dir. Lauren Hatchard)

‘Behind the Counter’ takes us into the lives of the Dhaliwal family who run St Mary’s News in Bearwood, telling the story of how they have served their community over many decades.


A Brighter Blue 

(Dir. Mark Corden)

They say that when we die our lives flash before our eyes...but what if there are parts we'd rather leave out?


She Swims

(Dir. Shelley Eva Haden)

Witness 50 women from the community of Birmingham swell and swarm in a drained Grade || Edwardian heritage swimming pool originally made for ‘first class men’ in 1907.



MONDAY 13TH MAY 6PM - 7.30PM MOCKINGBIRD CINEMA


La Espera 

(Dir. Natasha Dubalia)

Whilst on the run, an unexpected turn of events pushes Mia to make a decision that will lead to dire consequences.


Fancy A Redo 

(Dir. Gurjant Singh)

After an awkward first date, two unlikely souls give each other a second chance after an evening of exchanging worst first date stories.


Barricade

(Dir. Alice Johannessen)

After experiencing a traumatic event on her school bus, Aleena bottles up her anger until a chance connection triggers a small act of rebellion.


Bovine Comedy

(Dir. Nicholas Tuck)

A man tries to make a cow laugh.


Kamerad

(Dir. Toby Kearton)

Destitute in a crater in the heart of no man's land, two men await their fate as soldiers and human beings amid a great war of conscience.


The Shelves

(Dir. Espen Johnson)

Winner of Twelfth Film Fund, this rom com about haunted shelves will premiere as part of the Reel Brum strand.



MONDAY 13TH MAY 8PM - 9PM THE OLD CROWN, DIGBETH


REEL BRUM AWARD


Join us at The Old Crown pub in Digbeth for a celebration of all the short films shown as part of Reel Brum at Flatpack as we announce the winning entry as judged by the panel.


The winners will not only receive the coveted Reel Brum Award trophy, but also a cash prize of £500!


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