King’s Manor to screen the best of ASFF

If you missed the Aesthetica Short Film Festival, here is your chance to see the best of this year’s festival.

As part of York Residents’ Festival, Aesthetica will be heading over to our beloved King’s Manor and screening the top picks of ASFF 2014. On Saturday 31st January at 5.30pm there will be an exclusive screening of the films from the opening night, which includes Best Documentary winner, Lindsay Platt’s Herds in Iceland which beautifully captures the annual migration of the majestic Icelandic horses.

From 7.30pm there will be shown a collection of some of Aesthetica’s favourites from the festival, ranging from animations to music videos, drama to comedy. Fans of E4’s Misfits can look forward to seeing actress Antonia Thomas, and fans of Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels will be sure to recognise actor Jason Flemyng.

Film still from Best York Youth Vote from ASFF 2014, 'How to Disappear Completely', 2014. Phil Drinkwater & Tim Woodall (Creative England), UK.
Film still from Best York Youth Vote from ASFF 2014, ‘How to Disappear Completely’, 2014. Phil Drinkwater & Tim Woodall (Creative England), UK.

Arm yourself with your YorkCard and you can this independent cinema for free. If you don’t have one already you can head to the City of York Library to pick one up for £3 (it gets you heaps of discounts around the city too!). Aesthetica are also throwing in a 15% discount to ASFF 2015 upon arrival so make sure to get along.

Tickets are on a first come first serve basis so get there early. For reviews of ASFF 2014, see the Yorker’s coverage here.

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