Sunday, October 15, 2017 - 12:00pm
Manchester 1990. Alice is new in town, alone and trying to kick an addiction. One hot summer’s afternoon she is roped into babysitting for her hysterical neighbour. Meeting the two children, Isaac and Suzanne, she learns about their mysterious uncles and a creature called Bells-a-bus that must be fed when the lights go out. As she struggles with withdrawal and is visited by unwelcome guests, Alice must decide whether to abandon her new wards or stay the night.
Paul Ashton, Alice Ramsey
Anna Berentzen, Ivy Mattingly, Alkali Reid, Gillian Waugh
About the Director
Moin Hussain is a London and Norfolk based director with a background in short films and music videos. After being selected by the Directors Guild of Great Britain to take part in a scheme for new talent, Moin’s first short film ‘Holy Thursday’ was funded by Creative England and went on to screen internationally. His latest short ‘Real Gods Require Blood’ premiered at Cannes film festival this year during Semaine de la Critique and had its UK bow at the Edinburgh International Film Festival.