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British Council Shorts 2014: Secondary

British Council Shorts 2014: Secondary
British Council Shorts 2014: Secondary

Year

2014

Duration

76 minutes

Genres

Animation, Comedy, Documentary, Drama, Romance, Short Films, Thriller

Language

English / No Dialogue

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Synopsis

Ten new British short films suitable for Secondary ages. Including documentary, animation and live action, this diverse selection of films ranges from the art of parkour through to a young girl coming of age in Iraq. Taking you via a cautionary German fairytale, street-wise Unicorns, a tortured lion boy and a musician struggling with stage fright to mischievous crows, this a wonderful array of diverse stories and ideas. From the enchanting to the thought-provoking this is a great way to see fresh new British filmmaking talent tailored for secondary audiences. Films in this programme include: The Art of Motion (Documentary, Dir Rhodri Williams) I am Tom Moody (Animation, Dir Ainslie Henderson) Orbit Ever After (Live Action, Dir Jamie Stone) Emmeline (Live Action, Dir ANTLER) Harriet and the Matches (Live Action/Ani, Dir Miranda Howard-Williams) The Secret World of Foley (Documentary, Dir Daniel Jewel) The Magnificient Lion Boy (Animation, Dir Ana Caro) Cool Unicorn Bruv (Animation, Dir Ninian Doff) Nesma’s Birds (Live Action, Dir Najwan Ali, Medoo Ali) Crow's Nest (Animation, Dir Robert Milne)

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This programme has not been certified by the BBFC. Into Film suggest it is engaging for ages 11-19. The film Crows and Nesma’s Birds feature mild sexual references. Please note The Magnificent Lion Boy features moderate animated violence and a brief sight of a bloody injury.

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