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  • Certification: 12A
  • Release year: 2016
  • Run time: 43 minutes
  • Genre: Short Film

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Synopsis

Sawston Village college run a very successful filmmaking club. Hinchingbrooke School Sixth Form Film students must create a short nodialogue film for their coursework. Don’t miss this chance to see these superb Cambridgeshire student films on the big screen.

Bonnie and Bonnie
Is there more than one Bonnie?

Morphed
A morphing villain is lurking in the school. How will Agent Perry find him?

Messy Eaters
A boss fires two agents for incompetence. But when their messy eating habits help them snare a wanted criminal, will their boss regret this decision?

What’s under Eylem’s Hat?
Why does Eylem always wear a hat? Is there something she’s hiding?

Lockdown
A pupil accidently sends the school into lockdown. With the classrooms all firmly closed, how will the pupils respond?

Cinemnoir
When Alex’s sister vanishes, she sets out to solve the mystery.

Post It Note Killer
A killer is on the loose and, as deaths mount, the police seem to arrive always just too late to catch the murderer. Will they finally succeed?

Mysterious Object
After picking up a strange object, Helena soon regrets her action. But how can she get rid of it?

Wheels by Charlie Leggett
Explores the events leading up to and the aftermath of a dreadful accident.

Dishes by Kieran Starr
The wife has gone out and the husband has just one job to do before her return…

Nostalgia by Tora Roe
A romance blossoms, but there’s something amiss.

Midnight Mood by Connor Martin
The tragic downfall of a talented musician.

Faceful of Cake by Bodie Miles
The Weightwatchers crowd disperses, leaving two lone desperadoes and a pile of doughnuts.

Stalker by Jessie Leadbetter
A cottage in the woods and a tenant with a strange obsession. Look out!

Guilty by Willow Steeden
An overworked teacher has a troubled mind and a terrible burden, but is there more to the story?

Awoken by Jess Lumley
What is the cause of the mysterious death and is there more to the crime scene than there seems?