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Celebrity Shorts

A collection of short films starring some of the world’s biggest names including Jim Broadbent, Helena Bonham Carter, Gérard Depardieu, Danny DeVito, Sally Hawkins, Tom Jones, Ben Kingsley, Jason Schwartzman and the voices of George Takei, Hugh Bonneville and Andy Serkis.

Screening: Sat 18 Jan, 8.45pm | Running Time: 101 mins | Classification: Under 15 years to be w/adult

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  • King Of The Teds

    Ron (Tom Jones) and Tina’s lives are changed when long lost friend Nina calls, reawakening memories of when Rom was the charismatic ‘king of the Teds’ and both women loved him. A painful question carried for forty years will finally be answered.

  • The Magnificent Lion Boy

    Whilst leading an expedition to Africa, anthropologist Leonard Orlov discovers a feral child living a brutal and primitive existence. Horrified, he brings the creature back to Victoria London, intent on civilizing the child. Voiced by Andy Serkis and Hugh Bonneville.

  • Frank-Etienne

    Befuddled door-to-door salesman Frank Etienne (Gérard Depardieu) finds himself caught up in the intrigue between a persistent young woman, her ex, and their dog.

  • Castello Cavalcanti

    Italy, September 1955. A Formula One driver (Jason Schwartzman) crashes his car during a race, leaving him stuck in a small village but good surprises will come his way.

  • The Phone Call

    Heather is a shy lady (Sally Hawkins) who works at a helpline call centre. When Heather receives a phone call from a mystery man (Jim Broadbent) she has no idea that the encounter will change her life forever.

  • A Therapy

    A therapist (Ben Kingsley) becomes obsessed with his patient’s (Helena Bonham Carter) Prada coat.

  • The Missing Scarf

    On a quest to find his missing scarf, Albert the squirrel unearths problems far beyond his own. Voiced by George Takei. Albert the Squirrel makes a startling discovery … an empty space where once his favourite scarf lay. He heads off into the forest only to find everyone else is preoccupied with worries of their own. He helps who he can before moving on but never seems to get any closer to his goal. Ultimately,Albert’s problem is put in perspective by the friends he helped and the problems they faced and overcame together.

  • Today’s The Day

    Standing up against the inner voice that spreads doubt into what we believe in most our dreams. Starring Danny DeVito.