For Short of the Week this month I took a look at The 2011 Rushes Soho Shorts International Winner Two Laps. Currently working it’s way around the film
For Short of the Week last month (yes, I almost forgot to post this) I took a look at the intricate details of Fabian Grodde’s Crossover. When creating a
Art & Fashion, Live Action
I take a look at how the fashionista get even in my Short of the Week review of Kris Moyes’ City Limits. So bad/ridiculous/over the top it’s good is a
“He’ll help you draw, he’ll help you erase; waste not want not…he’s Pencil Face.” Things get down right creepy in my Short
Back in December El Vez shared his rediscovery of Joseph Pierce’s animated short Stand Up, which had made its initial impression after he viewed it at
Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they’re out to get you, or maybe it does? I get you looking over your shoulder in my Short of the
A few months ago the fine folks over at Short of the Week decided to expand their remit as one of the most read/watchable sites online and used their film The
This month for Short of the Week, I deliver some dark Scandinavian humour with Gunnar Järvstad’s Tune for Two. Cold-blooded murder isn’t something you
This month for Short of the Week, I get onboard Leo Bridle and Ben Thomas’ paper craft express, Train of Thought. Occupying similar (although minus the
My latest entry for Short of the Week looks at In the Air by Martinus Klemet and explores the grand traditions of Estonian animation. Resembling an animated
Not content with hitting us with one of the best animated shorts you’re likely to see all year, the guys at Short of the Week have now provided a
If your execution is skillful enough, then even the simplest idea can become a fully engaging and thought provoking short: Rightly or wrongly we all make up
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