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British Council Shorts 2013: Secondary

British Council Shorts 2013: Secondary
British Council Shorts 2013: Secondary




80 minutes


Animation, Comedy, Coming of Age, Drama, Romance, Short Films, Thriller



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From a time-travelling chicken, a wind-up family and clumsy undertakers to beating bullies, a twisted fairytale, embarrassing issues and impossible cross-country challenges, there is an amazing pick-and-mix of stories to watch in this programme of short films for Secondary ages, curated by Into Film's Film Team and British Council. The programme is made up of seven short films and features an exciting mix of animation and live-action. Films in this programme are: A Morning Stroll (Animation, Dir Grant Orchard) Stanley Pickle (Animation, Dir Vicky Mather) This Way Up (Animation, Dirs. Alan Smith, Adam Foulkes) The Moon Bird (Animation, Dirs. The Brothers McLeod) Washdays (Live Action, Dir Simon Neal) Extraordinary Feats of the 7th Period (Live Action, Dir William Bridges)

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This programme has not been certified by the BBFC. Into Film suggest it is engaging for ages 11-19. Some of the films contain moderate bad language, sexual references, scenes of smoking and moderate violence but in the context of comedy.

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