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    Film of the Week:  The Strange Death of Harry Stanley by Jeremiah Quinn

Tonight Is Not A Good Night For Dying by A Asgari (12) (Iran) (4m)

Tonight Is Not A Good Night For Dying by Iranian filmmaker Ali Asgari was selected as the overall winner of the summer 2012 competition. It is a simple idea beautifully executed with great performances. It's also nice to see a film outside of the UK or US taking the competition prize. In Tonight Is Not A Good Night For Dying we are given a POV shot of a man who has fallen or jumped from an apartment above...

Tonight Is Not A Good Night

Strange Death of Harry Stanley

Strange Death of Harry Stanley by J Quinn (2011) (UK) (10m)

Winner of the 6th FILMSshort competition, The Strange Death of Harry Stanley was written and directed by London based filmmaker, Jeremiah Quinn. I will refrain from telling you exactly how Harry Stanley dies so as not to ruin its strangeness but it remains current. It played at various festivals around the world and was long-listed for a BAFTA. Jeremiah completed his second short, Touched, in 2014.


Birthday Boy

Birthday Boy by Sejong Park (2004) (S Korea) (8m)

Birthday Boy, by Korean-born Sejong Park, is a computer animated short film set in 1951 - during the destructive Korean War. Little Manuk is playing aorund his war ravaged village and dreaming of life at the front, where his father is a soldier. It is his birthday and when he returns home to find a parcel on the doorstep he innocently assumes it to be a present and opens it. It won the Best Short Animation BAFTA and was nominated for an Oscar in 2005.



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