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A nonsensical dribble of probable communicative events that’s probably based on a true story in a parallel universe.
Watched all the short lists and found myself in a bit of a gloom then this lovely coffee stained film burst into action on my screen – thought it was great!
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Great , fun imaginative and enjoyable to watch lots of lovely little moments that just add to the piece
AMAZING AMAZING AMAZING.
Find new things everytime I watch it. so much time for this.
This is great and well deserving of being shortlisted! Love it all : )
? Is this really the cure for the depressing quality I’ve seen so far on this shortnihilist? Getting jaundiced. Half way through and feeling existentialist angst!
Funnnnn and bright.
Great stuff! I’d be interested to know HOW it was made. Was it drawn, frame by frame? Were templates used and traced? Was it done with FLASH animation?
This actually won an award and I see nothing but compliments here… I’m amazed at how drastically a UK-only requirement can lower expectations for a short film competition.
Erm, this isn’t a UK-only short film competition, whatever. Anyone can enter films.
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The Door In The Wall
David Lilley and Stephen Gray
Kevin L Andrews
Depict is a Watershed Project as part of the Encounters Short Film & Animation Festival