Getting It is one of those films that proves you don’t need a massive, blockbuster budget to deliver a great piece of work. This project was written, produced and directed by Tom Heard, who also plays one of the main characters in the film.
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As someone who loves one location films, I was very excited to have the opportunity to watch Louis Chan’s short film Stationary, which is filmed almost entirely in a parked car.
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The UK lockdown has been difficult for many of us, with some finding it difficult to navigate life amid a global pandemic. With businesses closing and people adjusting to life at home, it hasn’t been easy for everyone.
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Hello and welcome to the new and improved Short Film Saturdays!
From now on, I’m going to be including interviews alongside my usual reviews, in an effort to provide further insight into the projects I discuss on this column.
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Telling a good story in 10 minutes takes a lot of work, but Faulty Roots delivers an important message in its short runtime.
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Mark AC Brown‘s debut feature Guardians brings together two very different men who are required to work alongside each other as caretakers (or ‘guardians’).
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Harvey Puttock‘s 12 minute short Yes, Virginia tells the story of a woman with an extraordinary ‘gift’. She can grant one wish to anyone she meets, but the effects are permanent and cannot be undone.
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Horror and comedy can be a perfect match, and Deadly Scare is a perfect example of how the two opposing genres can work in harmony to create something brilliant.
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