SHORT SHORT FILMS - 3


Post-it Love by Si & Ad (2008) (UK) (3m) *

Post-it Love, written and directed by British duo Simon Atkinson & Adam Townley (thus Si & Ad) is just about as close to perfection as you can get in a romantic short film. Like the similarly brilliant Signs (above), Post-it Love shows us two shy office workers looking for love but unable to say so overtly. There is some suspension of disbelief needed but these are romance shorts made for the silver screen!

 

Post-it Love

Kiwi!

Kiwi! by Dony Permed (2006) (USA) (3m) *

Kiwi! was created as part of Dony Permed's masters degree at The School of Visual Arts, New York, and has garnered Permed more than 35 million hits on YouTube. Animators often create shorts without dialouge and this tendency - whatever the reason - means that their films will often appeal to a wider, global audience. In Kiwi! we find the eponymous flightless bird preparing to fulfil the dream of a lifetime. Permed contines to make short animations.


Kiwi!

The Sun Worshipper by Ed Wiles (2014) (UK) (2m) *

A man has found an churchyard oasis in the city, allowing him to eat his lunchtime sandwich in solitude. However, a female office worker has come across the little-known churchyard, and, unaware of the man's presence, wants to use its privacy to do some sunbathing. The woman removes her blouse, but is stopped from going further by a sign. In order to prevent a repetition, the man decides to take action that evening. What will happen when the two descend on the churchyard the next day?



LXIV by Damian Livesey (2011) (UK) (3m) *

LXIV (64 in Roman numerals - see if you can work out why!) is dedicated to Damien's father, Jack, who died in 2009. A beautifully shot montage, it was his final year film from Staffordshire University, England, and pieces together a dazzling array of shots that condense our existence into a three-minute film. It is a bit like the Sundance/Youtube feature experiment A Life In A Day (though thankfully with less animal slaughter) and was shot on the Canon DSLRs.

LXIV

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