About the Show
A series of short original films produced by a variety of talented writers and directors
Bafta-nominated comedy short about a tribe of Norse warriors who traipse across a barren land after battle. Bloodied and wounded, their chief is near death. He is about to hand over power to his son when an army of a completely different kind descends on them...
Written and directed by Johnny Barrington.
Written and Directed by David Begg, this short film tells the gentle but humorous story of physically disabled Colin (Jamie Beddard) as he embarks on a journey through the parks and streets of his north London neighbourhood.
As he pushes his own empty wheelchair it is clear he has a purpose, but what?
We soon find out...
Prod Co: Turtle Canyon Media
Short film from Matt Palmer, funded by Film4. A caretaker of a deserted island, played by Bjarne Henriksen, becomes increasingly aware of a terrifying presence.
Animated short from Tony Johnson about Sugar Ring Robinson's bravado escape from Stonehouse, an imposing prison.
Amelia And Michael
A married couple appear to have all the trappings of wealth, success and happiness, but both Amelia and Michael have secrets from each other.
Michael drops off Amelia for a lunch engagement, but once the car is out of sight she removes her wedding ring and hails a cab to another destination. Michael, by contrast, appears the perfect husband, organising a romantic anniversary dinner. But things are not always as they first appear.
Through a series of twists, the film asks what is it to be faithful to another person? and what does it mean to be true to yourself.
Whatever Turns You On
The well-oiled running of an electronics store is disrupted when a homeless man arrives to make a purchase. A humorous but poignant story of the need to belong.
No, No, No
Based on an abridged version of the comic song No, No, No, this short film is driven by the inanity of the lyrics, as sung by the comedian and actor Kevin Gildea.
An animated look at the mores of adolescents trying to impress on the social scene.
Eating for Two
Craft-based animated film developed through Channel 4's Animation in Residence scheme. A short film about sex, religion and the weather.
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