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Indie Short Film Night, Manchester, 7th of February 2018

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IndieFlicks is an event showcasing short films from around the world, with a chance to vote on your favourite, and have questions answered by the film makers. This is one of a regular set of events which have been very popular so far, and have started some interesting discussions between the attending Mensans.

  • IndieFlicks, Texture MCR, Manchester, 19:30, 7th of February 2018

The Venue

Texture MCR is a chic and modern minimalist venue in the heart of Manchester's Northern Quarter, near the top of Lever Street. A short walk from any of Piccadilly Gardens, Market Street or Shudehill tram stops, and fifteen minutes from Manchester Victoria train station. Cheap parking is available just to the north east.

Arrive a little early to get a drink and find good seats before the films start! Afterwards we will retreat to the nearby Castle for drinks and discussion; this is a wonderful historic little pub steeped in local flavour, perfect for debating the subtleties of the artistic works we've just seen. Opinions on the films frequently differ, and lead to very interesting discussions. Read our guest post covering a previous IndieFlicks night for a sense of what to expect.

Tickets

Tickets are £6, and must be booked in advance: https://uk.funzing.com/funz/indieflicks-short-film-night-manchester-6269

If you get lost

If you need help finding us then you can call or text the Phone Robot for directions, or "encouragement": 0144 360 6367

We also always keep a close eye on our Telegram group during all our events, so if you're lost or running late, you can get in touch with us there - and it's a great place to chat with us when we aren't running events, too.

Eugene Hopkinson

Eugene Hopkinson

Director of the VoxelStorm indie gamedev studio, C++ programmer, photographer, alumnus of philosophy at University of Edinburgh, regular at Young Mensa North pub events.

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