BIFA Tag Archive

Live Action

Aneil Karia & Riz Ahmed’s ‘The Long Goodbye’ Brutally Depicts Britain Sliding into Fascist Violence

We speak to Aneil Karia about the improvisational approaches he took when shooting his scathing short film insight into Britain's worst impulses.

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Live Action

Dekel Berenson Poignantly Captures the Ukrainian Love Tourism Industry in BIFA Winning Short ‘Anna’

Part two of a series exploring women's lives across the globe Dekel Berenson discusses 'Anna' his touching portrait of the Ukrainian love tourism industry.

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Live Action

Rene Pannevis Details How He Expanded His BIFA-Winning Car Thief Short ‘Jacked’ Into Feature Debut ‘Looted’

Providing an inside view of the feature development process, Rene Pannevis talks British realism, small-town criminals and the generational divide.

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Live Action

Sibling Rivalry Gets Deadly in the Gruelling World of Professional Gymnastics in Paris Zarcilla’s ‘Pommel’

Paris Zarcilla takes us inside the intense world of competitive gymnastics and the tumultuous relationship of 2 brothers vying for validation in 'Pommel'.

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Live Action, Podcasts

DN316: Strings – Rob Savage

Director Rob Savage reveals how at the tender age of 17 he wrote, directed, edited, shot and co-produced his BIFA-winning debut feature.

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