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Cinema16: British Short Films (2003)

Video  -  5 May 2003 (UK)
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16 short and student films by British directors

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13 June 2003 | by (Berlin, Germany) – See all my reviews

A compilation of sixteen short films from British filmmakers: Includes: About A Girl - Brian Percival, Boy And Bicycle - Ridley Scott, Dear Phone - Peter Greenaway, Doodlebug - Christopher Nolan, Eight - Stephen Daldry, Gasman - Lynne Ramsay, Girl Chewing Gum - John Smith, Home - Morag McKinnon, Joyride - Jim Gillespie, Inside Out - Tom and Charles Guard, Je T'aime John Wayne - Toby McDonald, The Sheep Thief - Asif Kapadia, The Short And Curlies

  • Mike Leigh, Telling Lies - Simon Ellis, UK Images - Martin Parrand, and


Who's My Favourite Girl? - Adrian McDowall.


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