Asides, Live Action
A young girl struggles to deal with her illness, whilst also becoming obsessed with horses, in Rory Stewart's NFTS short.
Minha Kim joins us to discuss her NFTS grad film 'Sea Child' - an 8-min short blending an unsettling storyline with vivid hand-painted animation.
We talk to Director Quentin Haberham about creating a junkyard hero with a heart in animated short ‘Jack’.
We revist our interview with documentary director Michelle Heighway for her feature debut 'Mr. Somebody?' - a look at the life and times of Britain's most
Michelle Heighway’s feature documentary Mr Somebody? unearths the life and times of Britain’s most famous eccentric, Jake Mangle-Wurzel. Michelle joins us
Live Action, Podcasts
With Lewis Arnold's short film 'Echo' being released online just over a week ago, it seemed the perfect excuse to delve even deeper into the director's time at
NFTS graduate Lewis Arnold reveals the inspiration behind his short film 'Charlie Says' and gives Directors Notes an insight into its production.
Animation, Live Action
London based animation duo Jens & Anna deliver the tale of an arctic love triangle between a Walrus, a Seal and a Lobster in NFTS short 'Cooked'.
A seven-year-old deaf boy goes on a school trip to the zoo, where the experience of seeing a lion for the first time changes his life forever.
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