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BFI Animated Shorts 2018

The Penguin Who Couldn't Swim
The Penguin Who Couldn't Swim

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Seven animated short films from the BFI for Into Film members to enjoy.

To view these films online, please download the resource below which contains a Vimeo link for each title.


 

Childhood Memories

A woman reflects on her earliest memories, when she visited her homeland of Lagos in Nigeria.

Ladder to You

After she passes away, Eric is reminded of his wife everywhere he looks, but he is soon to discover that true love never dies.

Meteorlight

In an alien world powered by peculiar light crystals, a youngster is about to discover the true source of this mysterious energy.

Outside the Box

A lonely bird working at a packing factory dreams of a holiday in the sunshine.

Quarantine

A young member of a group of Morris-dancing badgers forms a friendship with a quarantined animal through music.

The Penguin Who Couldn't Swim

A penguin stranded on an island unable to swim must come up with imaginative ways to stay afloat.

// SLEEPER

A recluse in a declining industrial city senses that something is trying to contact him through a strange light in the horizon.

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