Beyond the Wave Short Film Festival presented by Brighton’s Big Screen
21 June – 11 July 2014
Brighton’s Big Screen presents a specially curated season of coastal themed shorts with an aim to inspire, entertain and entice new audiences. The festival is part of a free programme of sports and blockbuster movies all on Brighton’s seafront.
Sea of Glass by Sean Vicar, UK, 2008
Coastal landscape of West Wales, animation, music and photography juxtaposed to explore the space between land and sea.
This is Brighton by Caleb Yule, UK, 2012
What began as a test, turned into a project that would take 9-10 months…. shot over 4,500 stills and edited in FCP with music by the wonderful ‘Cinematic Orchestra’. This film shortlisted for Rushes Soho Shorts in 2012 and is dedicated to Rob MacDonald.
North of the Sun by Inge Wegge & Jorn Ranum, Norway, 2012
Award winning documentary about two boys facing the harsh Norwegian winter in a cabin by the sea.
To The Sea by Corin Taylor, UK, 2013
The drama of a daughters struggle to come to terms with the disappearance of her father.
The Questions We Ask by Kalum Ko, Canada, 2013
In the spring of 2013, Canadian adventurer Bruce Kirkby crossed the Georgia Straight from Vancouver to Victoria on an inflatable stand-up paddleboard.
Killing Waves by Carlos Carneiro, UK, 2013
Documentary following the story of Surfers Against Sewage, seeking to preserve our beaches and campaign against water pollution.
Moments in Time by Mark Moore, Canada, 2013
Somewhere, there is a perfect island surrounded by reef and beautiful clear water, with a population of zero. This is the story of how three friends made their ways to the island and experienced the fruition of a dream.