Short of the Week

BAFTA

Drama about Loss in Live-Action
Jonny Blair / 16 min / Scotland / 2014

A Scottish football groundsman discovers the club he’s been a part of for thirty years is going out of business.

Dark Comedy about Childhood in Stop-Motion
Ainslie Henderson / 7 min / UK / 2014

A surreal trip through the subconscious of a stifled musician as he struggles to sing.

Epic about Human Nature in Stop-Motion
Mikey Yes Please / 9 min / UK / 2012

Peter has discovered that the longer we live, the faster time passes. Before it’s too late, he finds hope for a cure in a curious little beetle.

Dark Comedy about Decay in Live-Action
Chris Morris / 12 min / UK / 2011

An epic battle of the mind between a man and the dog he’s watching.

Comedy about Love in Live-Action
Luke Snellin / 3 min / UK / 2010

Music is the shortcut into your crush’s heart in this short and sweet BAFTA nominee.

Drama about Childhood in Live-Action
Alicia Duffy / 5 min / UK / 2009

At a major moment in her life, a young girl encounters an unknown man outside her house, in this ambiguous, poetic film.

Dark Comedy about Family in 3D Animation
Luis Cook / 9 min / UK / 2008

Aardman Animations takes on this bleak-hearted tale of two isolated sisters in this gritty film that successfully combines multiple genres and animation styles.

Drama about Loss in Claymation
Suzie Templeton / 6 min / UK / 2007

BAFTA-winning claymation explores the suffocating atmosphere in a young boy’s household, as he and his father must confront their dog’s deteriorating condition.

Adventure about Other Worlds in 3D Animation
Gaëlle Denis / 6 min / UK / 2007

A Japanese transplant finds herself in the cold heart of a gloomy and uninviting London. But there’s more that lies beyond the surface…