Posts tagged short film
MAN. An animation that’s by far the cutest interpretation of all the horrible things we’ve done to the environment since the dawn of homo sapien. By Steve Cutts.
A short film about a seedy future where everyone and every thing is augmented.
In association with Mother, Port Magazine look at one of South London’s greatest amateur sporting institutions in this short film.
Located under the arches of Waterloo station, for over 100 years boys have gone to the Fitzroy Lodge to discover the essence of their masculinity. In Port issue 7, we spoke to David Matthews, Glenn Charles and Daniel Day-Lewis about their thoughts on boxing. Here, we see the club in action and remember Mick Carney, MBE the “thin…stylish, handsome dog” at the heart of the Fitzroy Lodge who sadly passed away last year.
Sight. A digital short that explores augmented reality contact lenses. Lovely premise, terrible acting.
We’re headed to the ‘Lost: Boy’s Shorts’ short film event tonight @LBiLondon. Who’s with us? iiiiit’s freeeee…
Here’s how they’re selling it:
“The night, hosted at global marketing and technology agency LBi, features short films you probably won’t have seen before – and that you’ll definitely want to see again.
LBi’s Mike Clear presents a programme packed full of brilliant short films, covering everything from fiction and documentary to music videos and animations. Each event finishes with a live Q&A with a director, producer or other rising star of the short film world.”
Raising money with Time Travel.
A short film by Ryan, a copywriter at Mother.
He grew his beard out for a month and a half until his 7 year-old nephew, Max, came to visit and said that he hated it. So, he had to shave it, but instead of just heading to the bathroom sink and taking care of business, they decided to make a stop-motion short about what really happened to all of that facial hair with the stuffed animals he had brought. It took two days to shoot at Ryan’s flat. Max mainly operated Ryan’s DSLR camera since Ryan had to be the subject and do the puppetry. Max was a little worried for Tiger’s safety since Ryan had to poke him with a stick to control his arm, but when Max saw that the stick could be removed the without hurting the stuffed animal he allowed them to continue. And “Tiger and the Beard” was the result
Gallop is an enchanting, ground-breaking film, directed by BAFTA nominated film director Michael Pearce. Gallop has been developed and launched by Shift.ms, a web-based charity for people affected by multiple sclerosis (MS) and has already been shortlisted for Best Short Film at this year’s Rushes Soho Shorts Festival. The spellbinding film featuring Hollyoaks actress, Holly Weston, has been created to help better convey the impact of a diagnosis with MS, the most common neurological condition affecting young adults. It uses narrative to explore the life-changing event of diagnosis through a compelling love story rather than solely focusing on the disease.
To learn more about Gallop and the Shift.ms community, please visit http://www.shift.ms
You should watch this.