Short Film of the Week is back with a Christmas special! Filmed over the course of one evening, this charming short is a reminder to anyone who employs short-term staff – no matter how awful your work do is going to be, they’d still quite like to come.
All good things must come to an end, and after three jam-packed days of exclusive video interviews we’re finally running out – well, YOU try fitting more than three short films plus interviews plus music and a quiz into four hours. Smart arse. In our final celluloid retrospective, we meet the stars of Anna vs. the Dead.
You seemed to like us doing a video and that yesterday, so here’s another one – an exclusive interview with the boys from Bustabowl Productions on the occasion of the premiere of their historic film Cooks, shot in 2010 or 2011 or something but first screened last week at Best For Film Presents… We Like Short Shorts. Enjoy!
We’ve started having conversations and filming them! YES, Best For Film has finally joined the modern age. If you missed out on our latest film club, you can relive all the fun of the fair with this exclusive interview with the cast and crew of zombie ultrashort Mike.
Independent shorts about urban culture are dime-a-dozen. Dime-a-baker’s-dozen, even. English, however, managed to surprise us; it looks like everything you expected, down to the furry hoods and freestyle rapping, right up until the moment when it doesn’t. Brought to us by talented director Tarun Thind, we were so impressed with the film that we absolutely had to bag an interview with the man himself! Offering insight into a thought-provoking and uncomfortable viewing experience, we’ve got all the answers you’ll definitely be wanting once you see it.
Join us as we look back on the winners and good-try-anyways of the 2011 Virgin Media Shorts Awards. There’s laughter, twists, warmed hearts and a mermaid for whatever reason. Take a look. After all, what have you got to lose except your worthless, worthless time?