Talent Circle: Major UK short film festival once again visits Oxford.
Talent Circle Super Shorts is the UK’s only major film festival for films no longer than 5 minutes. The latest Super Shorts film festival is touring the UK and will be heading for OFVM with 70 minutes worth of films from the festival. Film industry talent and the general public alike are welcome to the event.
Admission free – Thursday 9th November 2006
Doors open 7.30pm – films start 8.00pm
OFVM 54 Catherine Street East Oxford OX4 3AH
Screening followed by network and drinks. Come along and see some of the sharpest shorts in the UK
For further details www.supershorts.org.uk
Or contact production@
SHOWBOX ANIMATION AWARD
Eat Dog Cat Mouse (WINNER) Dir: Kwok Fung Lam
Before mouse finds a way to the delicious cornfields cat eats him with
dire consequence for the food chain.
How Evil Went to Paradise Dir: Petros Papadopolous
The small devil wants to be good – but that is quite impossible.
Sheezam Dir: Allison Miller
Garbage man Joe Halpern finds a superhero power ring in the trash.
But the ring that gives him the power was only meant for a woman
VIRGIN RECORDS MUSIC & DANCE AWARD
Days of Sleep (WINNER) Dir: Claire Dix
A music video for Leeds based band ‘All my friends are dead’
Don’t F**k with Love Dir: Rachel Mcintosh
Two star-crossed lovers flirt their way through a magical and luscious
1920’s paper pop-up New York City.
Inside of Me Dir: Shane Downey
The surreal animated video for the song "Inside of Me" by the
BEST ACTOR AWARD
Elise Harris, starring in her own film, "Vestal Virgin" (WINNER)
Vestal Virgins were often buried alive if they failed in their duties to the
Iacovos Zannettis, starring in "For the love of…"
A Greek father coming to England in the hope of making a decent
living and provide for this son back home.
Nick Ewans, starring in "Wine Tasting"
There’s more than one way to taste wine.
FOURDOCS FACTUAL FILM AWARD
Geocaching: From the Web to the Woods Dir: Jeff Orlowski
Scavenger hunting and GPS technology combine to create Geocaching.
This film explores a new hobby through the eyes of three avid
The Glass Eye Maker Dir: Tomas Leech
A film about the last glass eye maker in the UK.
The Tardis (WINNER) Dir: Nadeem and Bamforth
Based around an underground location in London known as "The
Tardis", this mini-docu follows the lives of three young Asians "who
break the mould."
AVID INTERNATIONAL AWARD
Coffee Break Dir: Larry Ziegelman
Two old high school classmates discover they work together on their
Dear, Sweet Emma (WINNER) Dir: Loraine Cernak
Unbeknownst to all, Emma has an uncontrollable dark side.
Hotel Hopscotch Dir: Geoff Cordner
With self-effacing honesty and raw humour, moments in street life and
youth are remembered and captured as many die young or disappear.
TALENT CIRCLE BEST SUPER SHORT 2006
72 Hours from Now Dir: David Proctor and Peter King
A girl awakes in an abandoned city.
Human Caviar Dir: Tony Johnson
On 27th March 1998 Paul Senior began a daily ritual of photographing
himself. This film documents his physical and emotional change over the
Ten Thousand Pictures of You (WINNER) Dir: Robin King
An exhilarating roller coaster ride through the animated pictures of
Sarah’s world, as she seeks revenge upon the movie star who broke
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