London Short Film Festival 2021

UK COMPETITION: I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know

Expired January 20, 2021 7:00 PM
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International audiences will find some of the films in this programme are geo-blocked at the request of our filmmakers. Please find access to the international version of this programme HERE 

From the afrofuturist currents of carnival in the Bahamas, to heady teenagehood in the early Noughties, to the mellower cadences of Patrick Cowley’s San Francisco, these short works offer evocations and elegies of past lives and shared legacies.

Anchored in memory, both personal and collective, these films articulate how remembering informs our lives and the importance in, in Larry Achiampong’s (Relic 1) words, “going back for what has been left behind.”

Includes non-fictions from artist filmmakers Rhea Storr (A Protest, A Celebration, A Mixed Message) and Luke Fowler (Mum’s Cards), alongside more personal recollections from BFI NETWORK alumni Luna Carmoon and animator Gabriel Böhmer.

Programmed by Philip Ilson. 74'

Please note, the films HERE IS THE IMAGINATION OF THE BLACK RADICAL, PUSH THIS BUTTON IF YOU BEGIN TO PANIC and THE EXPULSION are only available to watch for UK audiences at the request of the filmmakers.

Subtitles are provided with thanks to our partnership with Subly.