If anything illustrates the incredible wealth of filmmaking talent in the industry today, it's this superlative selection of shorts from students around the world. It's a chance to say "I was there" as you witness the trajectory of the next Kathryn Bigelow or Danny Boyle.
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'Unique, creative, engaging, surprising, loved the script and the characters and the story.' - Judge's Comments
RIEN NE VA PLUS Bodo is standing on the top of a roof and ready to jump, when suddenly his phone rings. It's the last call he ever expected to receive.
'Terrific but tragic simultaneously this film will stay with you long after you have left the cinema' - Judge's Comments
WILD GAME Fifteen-year-old Liis joins a group of teenagers for an unusual hunting game in the forest. Hoping to fit in with them, she's opportunely paired with the boy she likes, but conflicting emotions surface as the dangerous game unfolds.
'Fantastic and so clever. Is this seriously a student film?' - Judge's Comments
MICE, A SMALL STORY In a dark subway, a group of mice find a gold ring-pull that seems to impose a mysterious effect on one of them. Flushed Away meets Lord of the Rings.
'Impeccable performances' - Judge's Comments
A WORTHY MAN Erik works alone in his bakery with only a late-night radio program as company. Preoccupied with getting through to the live show so that he can be their "Joker of the Week," Erik's obsession throws a troubled light on his own life.
'Beautifully made and filmed with huge atmosphere and visual emotion' - Judge's Comments
PEARL In a desolate Chinese fishing village, a single mother gives her 6 year-old daughter one final important lesson.
'Like Mary Poppins, Singin' In The Rain & The Red Shoes all thrown into one.' - Judge's Comments
PARIS YOU GOT ME A street artist and dancer create their own unique world where art and dance combine.
Please note that films have not yet been rated by the BBFC. The licensing authority has requested that unclassified films are rated as 18, to ensure compliance with the Licensing Act 2003. This is not representative of the films' content, which our industry judging panel has rated as a 15. Unfortunately, under 18s cannot be admitted to this screening.