Curzon Soho December 2010


Mulled wine, mince pies and short films.

Let's start by saying that GASP from Andrzej Sosnowski and Simon Panrucker (aka The Fabulous Poo Brothers) won the audience vote hands down. We heard it described as Inception meets the Chuckle Brothers meets IT... Have you seen Simon's Vimeo? He has 147 films!

Treevenge (Jason Eisener) set the festive spirits for the night, and shared second prize with Let Go, a hypnotic music video for The Japanese Popstars by David Wilson. Further prizes courtesy of Curzon went to werewolf caper The Furred Man (Paul Williams and Paul Terry) and the London premiere of Blade Runner Re-Imagined (Jim Warrier).

The Cat With Hands (Robert Morgan), Kris Moye's 80s fashion thriller City Limits and Out to Lunch (Ian Pons Jewell) joined the animation The Music Scene (Anthony Sheffard) and Max Hattler's double bill Heaven and Hell. A full programme lineup is included in the gallery below.

Event Gallery: Photos by Chris Chudleigh. The poster illustration is by the talented Marina Nesi. Programme image by Rosie Carmichael, design by Amy Hepton.