A touching documentary about the slow decline of an ageing barber and his business in north London.
Monthly Archives: March, 2012
A period drama about a young queen, a mad king, a secret love, a politically ambitious physician and a Danish revolution. Standard stuff then, but is A Royal Affair any good?
Damian Livesey has condensed modern life into three minutes, in the form of a beautifully edited dedication to his deceased father.
A stylish documentary short film about a group of IT office workers, who meet up in a dingy garage and beat the hell out of each other. This is Fight Club for geeks.
An unusual short film about a non-human creature trying to woo and human women. When the creature attempts to win her love with a special gift, things get weird.
An animated short film about a forest sprite in a violent power struggle with his white, American god, all disguised as an upbeat fairy tale.
A comedy short film about an afraid and confused reanimated zombie clown who must adjust to his new life in the world of the living.
A genre smashing, philosophical love story between a sandcastle and a snowman, who share their life with one another via messages in a bottle.
A young boy in foster care makes an unlikely connection with the town hairdresser. She fosters him on weekends, and attempts to free him from his violent life.