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LOCO 30 SUN 7 MAY 15:30 NFT3 SUN 7 MAY 13:00 NFT3 Shorts Sunday: Programme 1 TRT 97min. 15 A selection of the best new comedy shorts from UK-based filmmakers. Come to our first programme to learn about dysfunctional relationships, fast-food conspiracies and afterlife lonesomeness. Bad News Dir Alicia MacDonald Lucky Chicken Dir Gulliver Moore Your Mother and I Dir Anna Maguire Polly, Ig, and Me Dir Ben Mallaby Ghosted Dir Neville Pierce Bossman Dir Theresa Varga The Lonely Ghost Dir Sophie Worger Exit Route Dir Ian Aryeh Den Sniffe Dir Matthew Nesbeth Offline Dir Joe Fraser Domestic Policy Dir Alicia MacDonald Supported by The CTBF SAT 6 MAY 20:20 NFT1 On the Internet Nobody Knows You’re a Clown + Q&A Much of today’s most original comedy isn’t on television, in cinemas or even in clubs, but online. New, independent, provocative talents are creating comedy in their own time, in their own way, for their own audiences. This special event showcases some of online comedy’s rising stars, plus a live discussion curated by female film collective Sorta Kinda Maybe Yeah. For programme details please visit locofilmfestival.com Hot Fuzz 10th Anniversary Screening + Q&A with filmmakers and cast Supported by The CTBF UK 2007. Dir Edgar Wright. With Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Timothy Dalton, Olivia Colman, Bill Bailey, Jim Broadbent. 116min. Digital. 15 Edgar Wright’s Hot Fuzz is a masterclass Neighbourhood Watch Alliance, in action comedy, borrowing from sharpening the film’s satirical edge, the best in American cinema while while the cast remains an finding its own energy and charm. unmatched pantheon of Britain’s Ten years on, there’s something greatest comic actors. uncannily Faragist about the With thanks to Edgar Wright and Big Talk Bossman book online at bfi.org.uk Q&A Q&A Photo: Sorta Kinda Maybe Yeah


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