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    Film of the Week:  Alma by Rodrigo Blaas

Alma

Alma by Rodrigo Blaas (2009) (US/Spain) (6m) *

Written and directed by Rodrigo Blaas, an animator who has worked on Pixar features such as Wall-E and Up, Alma is a Christmas film and something close to an animation horror! Alma is an angelic little girl who is writing her name on a wall when she spies a doll in a shop window that looks exactly like her. She enters the shop. The doll keeps moving but Alma is determined to get her hands on it. Alma won the animation award at LA Shorts Fest.


Musafir by Khurum Khan (2012) (UK) (7m) *

Joint winner of one of the most hotly debated of the FILMSshort competitions, Musafir comes from Khurum Khan, one of a group of filmmakers who go by the name of Karakoori Productions. It follows the journey of Musafir - a Briton of Pakistani descent - from childhood to adulthood. It is reminiscent of short films like The Last Three Minutes and also The Game Is Slow (see the A-Z of films here).

Musafir

The Duel At Blood Creek by Leo Burton (2010) (UK) (14m)

The Duel At Blood Creek was selected as the best European short film from the 4th FILMSshort competition. Blood Creek is the name of a popular site where men settle matters of honour with an old-fashioned duel. Unfortunately, it proves too popular today and several would-be duellers arrive at the same time. The bickering and posturing builds until the fighting begins...

Duel at Blood Creek


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