Beyond the padlocked gates of The Woodhouse Nature Reserve in London some thing, some creature, is living. Peter and Carly both embark on their own quests to discover the truth behind sightings of this unknown animal. Their search will draw us back into a history of dreamers and hoaxers! Written and Directed by Fred Rowson
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Set in the mid-1800s, Blake’s film follows a surveyor as he pushes West, forging a path for settlers and the American government. Amidst stunning widescreen visuals there’s a terse shoot-out with a villainous stranger, a hallucinatory, tragic finale, and an overall air of mystery and introspection. Director Scott Blake calls his short film Surveyor an “anti-western”, and it’s easy to see why. There’s really quite a bit to like here, and I think he shows a lot of promise with many of the choices that he makes in the shooting of this film.
"Pluto and the Vessel" is a short animated film by Harrison Browning. It was created using a combination of clay, object, and puppet animation. The work exists simultaneously as both homage to early science fiction horror flicks and as a personal contemplation on the impossible differentiation between containers and their contents.
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The UK visual artist collective Shynola's short movie about a futuristic medical robot forced to negotiate with a holed-up gunman. This short was written and directed by Jason Groves, Richard Kenworthy, and Christopher Harding, and it serves as a prologue for a planned feature film adaptation of the Matthew De Abaitua's book The Red Men.
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