Animal Behaviour (2018) Oscar Nominated Short Film Review

Animal Behaviour (2018) Oscar Nominated Short Film Review

2019 Oscar nominated short film animation ‘Animal Behaviour’ from David Fine and Alison Snowden of Snowden Fine Animation, is “a brilliantly funny piece of cinema” according to Joseph Wade’s review.

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One Small Step (2018) Oscar Nominated Short Film Review

One Small Step (2018) Oscar Nominated Short Film Review

2019 Oscar nominated short film ‘One Small Step’, from Taiko Studios and screenwriter-directors Andrew Chesworth and Bobby Pontillas, is evidence that silent cinema can still be bone-chillingly heartbreaking according to Joseph Wade’s review.

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Late Afternoon (2017) Oscar Nominated Short Film Review

Late Afternoon (2017) Oscar Nominated Short Film Review

2019 Oscar nominated short animated film ‘Late Afternoon’, from screenwriter-director Louise Bagnall and Cartoon Saloon, is “a delicately told tale” with “astute storytelling nous and a beautifully designed storybook style of animation” according to Joseph Wade in his review.

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Bao (2018) Oscar Nominated Animated Short Film Review

Bao (2018) Oscar Nominated Animated Short Film Review

2019 Oscar nominated Animated Short Film ‘Bao’, from Disney Pixar Animation Studios and directed by Domee Shi tells the tale of one woman’s nurturing of a… dumpling. Yes, a dumpling. Joseph Wade’s review.

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“Evil Isn’t Always in the Opposing Uniform” – Filmmaker Matt Kennard on His WWI Centenary Short Film ‘Hymn of Hate’ and Its Contemporary Relevance

“Evil Isn’t Always in the Opposing Uniform” – Filmmaker Matt Kennard on His WWI Centenary Short Film ‘Hymn of Hate’ and Its Contemporary Relevance

We interviewed filmmaker Matt Kennard to discuss what inspired his WWI centenary short film ‘Hymn of Hate’, the filmmaking process and the film’s relevance to contemporary politics.

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