Yes, we admit that previous DN attempts to select award winners could be at best described as chequered, and looking at the official finalists list we already
Documentary, Film Festival
We pick out three films from the Documentary Award in a final look at this year’s Rushes Soho Shorts; featuring a 30+ year long vigil in the face of
Animation, Film Festival
With last year’s shortlist revealing Mickey Please’s extraordinary BAFTA winning stop motion The Eagleman Stag upon my bewildered eyes for the
Film Festival, Live Action
More space to spread your directorial wings, but all the time in the world to fall flat on your face, Rushes Soho Shorts’ Long Form Award is the place
Featuring 15 short fictional films created outside the UK, the Rushes Soho Shorts’ International Award shortlist is, as it was last year, awash with
Film Festival, Music
While last year’s Rushes Soho Shorts Music Video selection threw up a nice mix of impressive promos, this year I’ve had a hell of a time selecting
Art & Fashion, Film Festival, Live Action
Featuring films no longer than 15 minutes, from established UK directors, the Short Film category at this year’s Rushes Soho Shorts festival featured a
When I covered the Newcomer category last year I marvelled at the opportunity it provided for short film veterans to discover new filmmaking voices who were
Art & Fashion, Film Festival
Rushes Soho Shorts’ Pushing Boundaries category features films with innovative ideas that test the filmakers’ creative borders, as well as audience
If you love shorts, then you’ll know that it’s easy to have too much of a good thing. Many a short film full of promise has blown a promising
Designed to cover “fictional, live action work by new filmmakers in the UK, under 12 minutes” the Rushes Soho Shorts Newcomer category is probably
There was a time, when along with ad spots, the music video was the perfect playground for directors to flex their creative muscles on vast budgets, exotic
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