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British Council Shorts 2016 - Primary

British Council Shorts 2016 - Primary
British Council Shorts 2016 - Primary




68 minutes


Animation, Comedy, Coming of Age, Family, Short Films



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Since 2013, Into Film and the British Council have worked together to compile the best of British short films for young people made each year. Featuring animation and live action the 2016 edition for primary ages is full of exciting new work from emerging British filmmakers. Films in this programme include: Litterbugs (Live Aciton, Dir Peter Stanley-Ward) Once In A Blue Moon (Animation, Dir Steve Boot) Grandma’s Big Schlep (Live Action, Dir Sophie Clarke) Fulfilament (Animation, Dir Rhiannon Evans) Take Your Partners (Live Action, Dir Siri Rodnes) Dave (Animation, Dir Gary Marshall, Chris Watson)

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This film programme has not been certified by the BBFC. Into Film suggest it is engaging for ages 7-11.

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