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The Problemless Anonymous || Featured Short Film

The Problemless Anonymous

What could go wrong in a world where being perfect is illegal? With the present being so unpredictable imagine what can happen in the future? Gary Roberts introduces us to a plethora of questions in his pensive and oddly sci-fi-ish short The Problemless Anonymous. What could go wrong in a[…]

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The Arrival || Featured Short Film

The Arrival

Anna contemplates a big decision while waiting for someone in a cafe. The movie was produced by Zen Design Studios and inspired by a documentary All About Mothers Inspired by a documentary exploring the relationship between mothers and their children (All About Mothers), and produced by Zen Design, Daniel Montanarini’s[…]

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Big Dog || Featured Short Film

Big Dog

Upon re-entering society, a young man is given work in the harsh environment of a meat processing facility. As the full moon draws nearer, his self-control comes under ever greater strain faced with the mounting cruelty and indifference he sees around him. Jamie Gyngell and Jamie Whitby play deep with[…]

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Siren Featured Short Film

Siren

A young woman’s mundane life is turned upside down when she meets a sensuous older Spanish woman, who is passing through the sleepy English coastal town she lives in. Siren is a sexually explicit risqué look at women living and loving in modern Britain, exploring the overlooked subject of bisexuality.[…]

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You Are Whole || Featured Short Film

You Are Whole

​ A dark comedy about Norman Pugg, a spiritualist missionary who becomes mistaken for a serial killer in a sleepy British seaside town. You Are Whole is a mesmerizing film strongly driven by character and performance, a dark comedy about Norman Pugg, a spiritualist missionary who becomes mistaken for a[…]

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Street Spirit || Featured Short Film

Street Spirit

A frustrated young man under the influence of a supernatural presence, ventures out into the streets and confronts the darkness in himself. If you grew up in the 80s ‘Street Spirit’ will certainly have a familiar feel, while thriving on the mysterious, the film runs on a nostalgic beat. Director[…]

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Agravoy || Featured Short Film

Agravoy

From the shadows an ancient evil leers out of a grey eye. Dark and passionate envy breathe life into a world of ritual and sacrifice. ‘Agravoy’ takes the peeping tom to an entirely different level. On his directional debut, Jacob Nizzola ambitiously sets the atmospheric tone right from the beginning,[…]

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Fragments of May | Featured Short Film

Fragments of May

A mix of real accounts with a semi-autobiographical short story by DF Wallace, which visualises mental discomfort as living on a different planet to Earth Fragments of May reaches a different level of subconsciousness, where director Maria Pia masterfully illustrates the mental discomforts that people with anxiety will go through.[…]

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Morning After || Featured Short Film

Morning After

An accidental one night stand with a posh moron provides Katie with the worst morning of her life. What may sound like a familiar story told by your best friend on a weekly basis turns out to be a wildly amusing short about Katie and the worst morning of her[…]

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The Sprint King

The Sprint King

​ This is a true story. A run away boy discovers the dark underworld of the horse racing, fighting in the arenas of stable boxing and starving his body to its limits in the fight to become a champion jockey. The Sprint King is a brutally honest short that exposes[…]

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