Story Shorts 2

Story Shorts 2
Story Shorts 2

Year

2006

Duration

78 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Drama, Short Films

Language

English

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This second compilation of short films for primary schools was produced by the BFI. The broad selection encompasses animation, live action and documentary and representing an era from 1901 to 2004. Several films address difficult issues such as Nits which looks at bereavement in the family and Between Us that brilliantly uses a traffic jam to explore emotional distances between people. Children should enjoy watching and discussing The Tortoises' Idea since it was made by school pupils - it might even be a prompt for their own filmmaking.

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