SEE: Aesthetica Short Film Festival


This weekend just passed I attended the Aesthetica film festival with some flatmates. We saw a total of 8 short documentaries. I would love to have posted some trailers of the films we saw but unfortunately I couldn’t track down any sort of website or information about the films we saw. My favourites were Architecture Alive by Ole Stenum, A Delicate Canvas by Joey Bania and Crossing Over: The Art Of Jeremy Down. The venue that hosted the event was Barley Hall an old traditional English house in the centre of York. However the seating wasn’t ideal because at times the room got crowded and people’s heads had the tendency to block the subtitles.

We also went to see the inside of the minster briefly, it was breathtakingly beautiful. Was also interesting to be able to compare it to Limassol’s International Documentary festival. I think although there was a great mix of films on offer and a lot more I preferred the more international perspective of Limassol’s festival.

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