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Capture Anthologies: Fables & Fairytales (2010)

Takes you on a journey through the modern urban fairytale with a collection of short films that look beyond the ordinary and peer into the strangely familiar worlds where a different set of rules apply.

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Simon Allen (segment), Susan Everett (segment) | 4 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Jamie Bower Jamie Bower ... Man (segment "Fairytale of Forgotten Things")
Louise Dumayne Louise Dumayne ... Lady (segment "Magic Mile")
David Fleeshman David Fleeshman ... Graham Travis (segment "Mothe Mine")
Geoff Gatt Geoff Gatt ... Rimbaud (segment "The Poet and the Bear")
David T. Guest David T. Guest ... Self (segment "Myth & Film")
Kelly Harrison Kelly Harrison ... Alison (segment "Mothe Mine")
Charlie Joslin-Allen Charlie Joslin-Allen ... Boy (segment "Fairytale of Forgotten Things")
Barbara Marten Barbara Marten ... Margaret Travis (segment "Mothe Mine")
Ralph Mondi Ralph Mondi ... Martin Powell (segment "Made Backwards")
Ciara Nic Gabhann Ciara Nic Gabhann ... Ruth (segment "The Poet and the Bear")
Eloise Parfitt Eloise Parfitt ... Girl (segment "Fairytale of Forgotten Things")
George Pelham George Pelham ... The Kid (segment "Made Backwards")
Ryan Scharadin Ryan Scharadin ... The Bear (segment "The Poet and the Bear")
Bronagh Taggart ... Kate (segment "Happy as Larry")
Ruairí Tohill ... Larry (segment "Happy as Larry")
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Takes you on a journey through the modern urban fairytale with a collection of short films that look beyond the ordinary and peer into the strangely familiar worlds where a different set of rules apply.

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poet | only child | murder | mother | magic | See All (18) »

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Fantasy

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A great watch, congrats all round to all filmmakers
24 February 2010 | by erwynahobbsSee all my reviews

I always try and catch short films when they are on TV and enjoy buying them from I tunes for when I travel. I also own several other short collections, however this is where capture differs as its films all have a similar theme and are narrative based rather than purely artistic. Each of these short films are very entertaining and you don't need a degree in film to understand the plot, characters and themes. I tried watching as an hour long experience with the play all option and I was taken on a real emotional journey. Love it. I can happily suggest getting this as a DVD for your collection, you won't be disappointed. power to the shorts and roll on volume 2.


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UK

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English

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22 February 2010 (UK) See more »

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GBP100,000 (estimated)
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