Next up on 19th May: Remote Control Film Night v12

LUC reaches the grand old age of five years on 19th May, to commemorate this auspicious anniversary, we will be presenting what appears to be the twelfth Remote Control Film Night.

For the uninitiated, this is a free online evening of short film action and related activities which you can enjoy from the comfort of your own room, cabin, cell, tent or capsule by visiting the LUC Facebook Page or Twitter Feed from 8pm on the 19th.

For the initiated – you know what you are getting yourselves into.

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Remote Control Film Night v12

REMOTE CONTROL FILM NIGHT – Tuesday 25th – 7.30pm

Tomorrow night brings another instalment of LUC’s online film sensation… The Remote Control Film Night is the free cinematic event you can enjoy without leaving the house – ideal for the agoraphobic, antisocial and imprisoned. Our huge underground network of ancient valve-driven computers has been scouring the internet for the best audio-visual entertainment which we will impart to you in a steady stream over the course of a couple of hours.

Join in from 7.30 pm on the LUC Facebook page or follow us on Twitter (where the #rcfnight hashtag will get an outing) for an evening of brilliant, entertaining and possibly slightly dodgy short films and maybe a competition or two. Why not gather together with your friends? Especially if they have more drinks in their house than you do.

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Festival Spotlight No. 2: Underground Shorts at Altoria

LUCFEST ALTORIA COMPLETE 1000pxSome people think popcorn. Others prefer a hotdog. Some poor, misguided, unsanitary souls even think cheesy nachos are an acceptable choice – but really, the best thing to enjoy with a film is booze.

Which means that it is very exciting to announce that as part of the LUC festival, the well appointed Altoria on Warwick Street will be providing an exclusive bar-based screening of 90 minutes of exceptionally cool short films, all submitted for the LUC Short Film Prize.

The programme on Tuesday 24th September includes a broad range of drama, comedy, thrillers and even some dramatic comedy thrillers. Subjects covered include edgy criminals, randy rabbits, saucy webcam action and even a brand new urban sport.

There will even be some exciting film music DJ action a the conclusion of the cinematic programme.

How much are tickets for this fine event?

Nothing. Nada. Zero!

Yes, thanks to the marvellous people at Altoria this very special event will be FREE ENTRY so get down early to snag a seat and a glass or two of something refreshing.

The films will start at 8.00pm. There is a Facebook page for this event here: LUC Festival – Underground Shorts at Altoria