With a history as long as cinema itself, the short film is a vital format.
It provides the opportunity for the filmmaker to experiment and learn
in equal measure. Although most filmmakers long for big budgets
and the opportunity to direct a feature-length film, it’s easy to forget
the artistic and commercial restrictions that come with studio
backing; and work dictated by finance rather than creativity often
compromises the director’s vision. Short filmmaking offers the
chance to express yourself without these limitations, the freedom to
deal with ideas, subject matter and aesthetics that might be
considered either too radical or commonplace for features.


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