The Baby at ICA

Funny one, this. The Baby, the short film that Lucy Pearman and I "wrote" by eating a mango together then pouring milk into a superfood salad, and that Sam Nicoresti directed by shaking a camera in my face and whispering "wave goodbye to your poop," and that Lottie Bowater did lighting and sound for by trying to make a wall look like some cheese and by recording a slowed-down bee choir, is being screened at the Institute of Contemporary Arts. Sam has aptly said that this in itself is more surreal than anything in the film. It's being screened on the 13th January as part of the London Short Film Festival alongside some other experimental, unusual arthouse shorts, and you can book tickets here. We'll be there. We have to pay for our tickets, but we'll be there.