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Luke Bather shares how he captured the ridiculous comedy of his farcical short film adaptation about a follicly challenged man who finds his community.
We speak to Toby Wharton about the invisible camera work he employed to truly capture the raw emotions in his perturbing exploration of victimhood.
Roxy Rezvany details the subtle aesthetic decisions that inform and propel the quietly intensifying narrative of her BIFA-nominated dramatic short.
Darryl Foster opens up about how he practically managed his time on the set of his directorial debut as both an actor and filmmaker.
Jenny Wright & Jake Cunningham break down the reflective sensibilities and minimal animation style of their charming short about independence.
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