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A Death Row Prisoner Fights for Life in Sherif R. Alabede’s ‘Arcadian’ Music Video for Symbion Project

Music

20th February, 2017

A death row prisoner escapes his sentence through combative choreography in Sherif R. Alabede's neon infused, fantasy-driven Symbion Project music video.

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Rubika Shah’s ‘White Riot: London’ Reveals How a Punk Fanzine United a Generation Against British Racism

Documentary

15th February, 2017

Rubika Shah's documentary explores the status quo bucking role played by a punk fanzine in the racial tinderbox of a 1970s Britain divided by immigration.

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A Spiteful Shadow Frustrates the Romantic Aspirations of a Lonely Man in Tomek Pilarski’s ‘But She’s Nice…’

Animation

13th February, 2017

After making a friend of solitude, a lonely man attempts to break out of his isolation to find love in Tomek Pilarski's textured black & white animation.

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A Joyous Reunion is Shattered by the Brutal Realities of Sectarian Violence in Andrea Harkin’s ‘The Party’

Live Action

9th February, 2017

In Andrea Harkin's BAFTA nominated short, when a wanted young man returns home for a party the violent realities of Belfast in 1972 tragically hit home.

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Israeli Artists Deliver an Impressive Hit of Animated Mixed-Media for Marijuana Anthem ‘Legal Eyes’

Animation, Music

8th February, 2017

Packed full of creativity Tal Zagreba, Robert Moreno & Daniel Sasson's legalisation promo is an impressive mixed-media call to arms for the 420 nation.

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Chris Shimojima Subverts Conventional Love Stories in Wandering Eye Dance Short ‘Do You Like Me Now?’

Art & Fashion

7th February, 2017

Chris Shimojima discusses combining movement and music to create a dance short which critiques the fickleness of attraction and the pliability of self.

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TO GUYS Introduce Us to the Darkly Seductive Delights of Love and Violence in Baustelle’s ‘Amanda Lear’

Music

1st February, 2017

Directing duo TO GUYS journey through a nightclub charged with sexual desire and romantic betrayal for Baustelle's latest music video.

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From Townships to Taxis – Tommaso Cassinis Charts the Evolution of the Gqom Music Scene in ‘Woza Taxi’

Documentary, Music

31st January, 2017

Tommaso Cassinis heads to South Africa to document the little known origins of a musical movement which has swept across the international dance scene.

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Desire, Ruthlessness and a Complete Loss of Control Run Riot in Jakob Schmidt’s Dark Fairytale ‘Planemah’

Animation

30th January, 2017

A megalomaniacal king chases the secrets of the universe and existence in Jakob Schmidt’s dark allegorical animation about desire, ruthlessness and greed.

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Ryan Staake Spins Music Video Gold from Young Thug’s No-Show Shoot Disaster in ‘Wyclef Jean’

Music

27th January, 2017

Ryan Staake turns Young Thug's shoot ruining no show into a skewering commentary on the process of music video production in hilarious promo 'Wyclef Jean'.

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Experience the Agony of Trying and Failing at Sports in Alan Jennings ‘Going Through the Motions’

Animation

25th January, 2017

Gym class can be tough. Someone is bound to lose an eye. Alan Jennings brings back the painful memories of forced exercise in his hand-drawn animation.

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Lines of Racial Division Are Tentatively Crossed in Marc Fouchard’s Oscar Shortlisted ‘The Way of Tea’

Live Action

24th January, 2017

Marc Fouchard confounds expectations of racial violence when a young skinhead enters a Muslim store in his perennially timely Oscar shortlisted film.

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