It will also be part of the Shortcuts Screening, Fri 22 April 3–3:45 pm.
This screening will take place in an inflatable ‘Action Space’ that will be invading Victoria Square. I’m not sure if they all come pre-haunted with clarinetists and multiple Danny-From-The-Shining’s. I hope so.
Next, Croissant is appearing several times over LOCO Film Festival‘s schedule.
There will be several screenings during the LOCO Local strand, which shows 10 British shorts from the festival’s programme to smaller film clubs and societies across London that wouldn’t be able to otherwise.
Pitshanger Pictures, Ealing Wed, 27 April, 8pm
Hackney Film Club Thu, 28 April, 6:30pm
Bernie Grant Art Centre, Tottenham Thu, 28 April, 7:30pm
The Science of Laughter + Panel Discussion, Barbican, Thu 28 April, 8.30pm
This night will include a screening of LOCO comedy shorts followed by a discussion with neuroscientist Sophie Scott, comedian Jamie Wood, and Wellcome Trust Fellow Nicola Hill about why we are so compelled by things that make us laugh.
It sounds like a pretty similar experience to the Looking In Looking Out event that Man In A Cat was part of a few years ago.