Definitely the only film screening at this year’s London Film Festival which promises that the whole family can enjoy cutting themselves to it; Drew Tobia’s debut feature See You Next Tuesday features a messed up girl going out of her way to abuse and alienate those around her, yet somehow still managing to make you laugh and steal a cosy spot deep in your heart. In between sips of tea and bites of cake, we chatted to Drew about coming up with dual meaning film titles and the effect a single abusive term can have on a film’s festival selection prospects.
“I shit cancer & I sweat AIDS” welcome to the mind of The Baron, a dark comedy from Gareth Tunley and Tom Meeten.
Written and directed by Alexander Vestnes & Ola Martin Fjeld, The Explorer (Oppdageren) is a tale of youthful obsession and annoying younger brothers. Centring around a teenager’s complex plan to spy on his pretty neighbour, this Norwegian film may only be brief, but the payoff is great.
Prolific filmmaker Danny Sangra follows up the recent success he had with No F****** Around in Room 427 and No Aloha with his latest short I KNOW. Revolving around a couple’s argument of petty frustrations, Sangra’s playful two and a half minute film shows why it’s always important to stay on the good side of …
A reverential tribute to all those earnest YouTube performers who give it their all regardless of filmic or musical talent, Daniel Moshel takes August Schram's rendition of Carmen to unexpected, delightful places in their film MeTube. We chat to Daniel about juggling performance, green screen, motion control and CG to defy viewer expectations, as well as why you may want to double check your film's sharing settings when posting online.
Created for the FilmShop’s Kill Your Darlings event, Kyle Kelley’s comedy short Like A F%@k!ng Punk demonstrates that even when the world is potentially going to hell in a handbasket, there’s nothing quite as frustrating as fighting with your significant other.
Anyone with children will be able to appreciate the all too accurate animated depiction of the ‘joys’ of parenthood depicted in Sales Gosses from LISAA students Alexis Kerjosse, Hassan Bensmaine, Emmanuelle Ngan Sing, Marine Villette and Delphine Zombo-Ngelega – the non-parental units among you should take heed, it’s like this a lot of the time!
If all that science talk about evaporation, condensation and precipitation felt a bit rich to you, then you’ll be pleased to see Laura Stewart reveal the truth of the matter in her short stop motion film Water Cycle.
Inspired by his Summer holidays at the beach, Joseph Mann’s nostalgic, but entirely fictional (and ever so slightly NSFW) short Sandy, casts us back to the innocent, carefree times of childhood. Talking about the production process on his site Mann says: “Working with a small team of superb model makers and animators I spent a …
“Don’t try to fix it. I just need you to listen.” Jason Headley takes a humorously on point stab at the difficulties of relationship communication in comedy short It’s Not About the Nail.
A sexy photoshoot takes a surprising turn in Dustin Bowser’s comedy short Double Bubble.
Preparing to give a wedding speech can be a stressful experience at the best of times, but in Paul Briganti’s comedy Speechless, Dan has to find something nice to say about the girl he was once sweet on and his ex-best friend who snuck her away from him . . . it’s not going to …