Byron Bay Film Festival 2014 – Session 3 (Adult Shorts)

March 1, 2014 @ 1:00 am – 2:20 am
Byron Theatre
69 Jonson Street
Byron Bay NSW 2481
Full $8



Loving Myself – Hairy Soul Man  – Using hand drawn props and sets with trick Photography, Hairy soul man shows the human race just how important it is to love yourself.

Flutes – Kilburn  – A gut-wrenching tale of loneliness and love set to the backdrop of London’s Kilburn, as a withdrawn woman makes a connection with a stranger that ultimately leads to tragedy.

Only Solomon Lee – In the outskirts of a big city, an alienated loner nurtures himself with the lives that he finds in stolen laptops. In his own delusional obsession he’s looking for a miracle: to find a new life and love.

Keep A Modest Head – A dazzling and arousing portrait of an inimitable artist. Filmmaker Deco Dawson gives Jean Benoit the surreal treatment in a film as mischievous, raunchy and fearless as the Surrealist himself.

Worst Date Ever – Jill and Tom are on a blind date. What could possibly go wrong?

Hungry Man – Declan and his psychotic tapeworm have tasted every forbidden food on earth, but when he falls for the young, curious girl in the bowels of a decaying hotel, the worm manipulates him into pursuing the one delicacy they have yet to sample – human flesh.

Mr. Bear – Driving through New York City on Christmas Eve, Steve’s car brakes down and he stumbles upon a crime scene. Mistaken for the notorious cleaner, Mr Bear, he has to face a choice: dismember and get rid of some bodies or become a corpse himself.

For more information Byron Bay Film Festival (BBFF)