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Fanorama: Kung Fury + Fanomenon Shorts

kung furyCarriageworks Theatre, 24th September, 9:00pm.

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Short Film City presents a Fanomenon selection of short films, headlined by the absurdly entertaining KUNG FURY.

KUNG FURY is an over-the-top action comedy written and directed by David Sandberg. The film features: arcade-robots, dinosaurs, nazis, vikings, norse gods, mutants and a super kung fu-cop called Kung Fury, all wrapped up in an 80s style action packed adventure.

Miami Police Department detective and martial artist Kung Fury time travels from the 1980s to World War II to kill Adolf Hitler, a.k.a. “Kung Führer”, and revenge his friend’s death at the hands of the Nazi leader. An error in the time machine sends him further back to the Viking Age.

The film will be screened alongside a selection of our favourite short films from last year’s Fanomenon:

M is for Mobile

(Dir. Baris Erdogan, Turkey, 3 min)

A kidnapper texts his client to let him know that he has captured his ‘target’ and enquires what he should do next. A series of text messages demand ever more unpleasant tortures which the kidnapper dutifully carries out. Made as an entry for the wildcard director slot for ABCs of Death 2.

Cannibals and Carpet Fitters

(James Bushe, UK, 18 min)

Mrs Hanning, a sweet elderly lady, lives alone in a large country house in the country. She has been inviting a range of different people into her house for many years now – the strange thing is, when people enter they never leave. One sunny afternoon Dean and Colin, two carpet fitters, arrive at the house with instructions to fit carpet in the hall, stairs and landing.


(Miguel Ángel Font, Spain, 13 min)

Welcome to the sweet side of sin. A macabre fairy tale in which seven children are lured to a bizarre restaurant to become the main course for a group of demons.

Ghost Train

(Lee Cronin, Finalnd, Ireland, 16 min)

After many years apart two estranged friends meet up at a disused funfair where they experienced a terrible tradegy as young boys. As they talk about the past, a dark secret is unearthed which could have terrifying consequences for them both.

Safari Heat

(Antti Laakso, Simo Ruotsalainen, Finland, 6 min)

Similar in style to the Clay Cat animations from Lee Hardcastle, Safari Heat introduces us to a bizarre and bloody spoof cop show stop-mo, in which Denny is the key witness for a court case. As the trial is about to start the courtroom is attacked by strange creatures and our hero cops are about to have a very bad day


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