The first and largest global pop-up film festival, Future Shorts, will be returning at Number 90 Bar Restaurant on Wednesday 28th January.
The festival which takes place in over 325 cities and 90 countries, and comprises a worldwide audience of a half-million people, on and offline, will be showcasing a programme of nine exciting short films at the Hackney venue, accompanied by live music, food and drinks.
Representing the diverse nature of its audience, the sister company of Secret Cinema will be featuring short films from across the globe, including South Africa, Switzerland, Canada, Ireland, Israel, Sweden, USA, Japan and the UK.
The films range from 2008 to 2014, and include documentary, drama, comedy, music, animation and fantasy sequences. The evening begins with the South African documentary “Staff Riding” directed by Marco Casino, and finishes with the Swedish comedy “Instead Of Abracadabra” directed by Patrik Eklund.
Future Shorts believes that anyone, anywhere can set up a screening and be part of a massive screening network and a powerful global community.
Live music starts at 7.30pm, and the screening starts at 8.00pm.