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Film of the Week:  Jet by Jordan Chesney


Jet by Jordan Chesney (2012) (USA) (8m) *

Joint winner of the 5th FILMSshort competition, Jet takes its place amongst the very best short films ever made! This dialogue-free film is a gripping thriller in which a man who plans to use a handgun on himself sees a girl being snatched from the curbside and decides he must take action. Jet was a remake of a film Jordan made less than a year before but on a lower budget and tighter shoot. A kind of dress rehearsal for this more polished version.

Jet

Dji. Death Fails by Dmitri Voloshin (2013) (Moldova) (4m) *

The overall winner of the amazingly high quality 7th FILMSshort comptition, the comic animation Dji. Death Fails is as good as Pixar. It was created by the Moldovan studio Simpals. Dji is an unusual manifestation of Death, who does not seem terribly good at his job and suffers from bad luck. All he has to do is to take the soul of a dying trucker, but that seems to be easier said than done!

Dji Death Fails

Play House by Brandon LaGanke (2014) (USA) (6m) *

Play House by filmmaker Brandon LaGanke was a finalist in the 6th FILMSshort competition, and was brought back to mind when I was asked to put a compilation together for another festival. To be honest, I'm filling space here because I don't want to give away too much about the film. Let's just say it's quite creepy. Brandon has mainly been working as a commercials and promo director in the States.

 


Mis-drop by Ferend Peek (2013) (New Zealand) (14m)

The brilliant sci-fi short film Mis-drop by Ferend Peek was a finalist in the 7th FILMSshort competition. Set some 300 years in the future, it is mainly told with one shot, which shows a new recruit taking part in his first "drop". His team are dropping from a spaceship onto an alien world they are colonising and mining. It is being watched back by a forensic accountant, who has to decide whether what went wrong was the fault of the rookie or not.

Mis-drop

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