DN breaks down the bumper crop of impressive shorts on show at Bolton Film Festival 2023 to a list of ten must-sees.
Emma Branderhorst talks to DN about capturing the intimate vulnerability of a young teen as she navigates the infuriating hurdles imposed by period poverty.
Kiosa Sukami dissects the emotional and thematic purpose of the loose, free-flowing camera movements of his compelling crime drama short.
Films straddling the line between strange dreams and harsh reality characterise a particularly strong Bolton Film Festival line-up.
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