London Short Film Festival Tag Archive

A Man Battles the All Consuming Guilt of His Actions in Dee Meaden’s Disquieting Short ‘Mark’

Film Festival, Live Action

19th January, 2018

A man becomes consumed by the fear he may have done something terrible on a night out in Dee Meaden's disquieting study of consent, guilt and masculinity.

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Dee Meaden Discards Filmmaking Safety Nets in the Search for Authenticity in ‘Sibling’

Live Action

9th January, 2015

DN caught up with Dee Meaden to discover how working without the usual production safety nets created room for creative risks & authentic performances.

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DN310: Some Things Mean Something – Dee Meaden

Live Action, Podcasts

9th January, 2014

Writer, Director & Producer Dee Meaden joins us to discuss the dramatic importance of the small moment and how avoiding the dangers of over producing led to

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LSFF2011: Landscapes

Film Festival, Live Action

19th January, 2011

It’s a real shame I didn’t have more time to attend screenings at this year’s London Short Film Festival. This, my third and final screening, was

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LSFF2011: Family Affairs

Film Festival, Live Action

16th January, 2011

One thing I forgot to mention on my last London Short Film Festival review was the surprising standard of films I saw. I mean, not that I expected to see

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LSFF2011: Fucked Up Love

Film Festival, Live Action

12th January, 2011

Last weekend the 8th London Short Film Festival hit the capital’s various screening venues and bars. Returning for its biggest year yet, having had

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