Making Tracks - London Short Film Festival

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Making Tracks: Retrospective, is a ground-breaking series of events by Whirlygig Cinema that fuses together short films by emerging film makers with brand new live soundtracks. Rich Mix Cinema, Bethnal Green, will play host as part of the London Short Film Festival on 11th January 2014.

The event will bring together film-makers and musicians with a live performance, followed by a party with DJ sets and live visuals. The Cabinet of Living Cinema (meeting of artists who's aim it is to create living cinema experience through live performance) will use a wide range of instruments and foley to add a new dimension to the short films, creating a one off immersive experience for the audience.

Providing a platform for emerging talent since 2010, the project has showcased over 120 re-scored films over 12 events.

Phillip IIson, Director of London Short Film Festival, had this to say about the event. "Making Tracks is one of London's most original and ground-breaking short film nights, as they bring together a love of short film and strong musical element"

To view the event programme, find out more information or book tickets, please follow the link below:

The London Short Film Festival itself is now in it's 11th year and internationally recognised as being at the for-front of independent film.

Acting as a hub for bringing together the UK's young and creative talent and showcasing the best of British, the festival has a loyal and rapidly growing following, and strives to create events and networks that surmount to a truly inspiring and exciting festival.