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A series of short films from the brightest British filmmaking talents, spanning a variety of genres and themes.
|S01E01||This Way Up||19/02/2009||Animation. Two funeral directors go on a hellish journey trying to bury a woman's coffin.|
|S01E02||Would Like to Meet||21/11/2009||An eight-year-old boy plays Cupid in order to find love for his single mum.|
|S01E03||Pop Art||21/11/2009||A film about the friendship between 12-year-old Toby and Art, who is made of plastic.|
|S01E04||Round||22/11/2009||Hand shadow performance accompanying the track Round from XX Teens.|
|S01E05||The Rain Horse||22/11/2009||A father takes his children on holiday to Wales, where they are attacked by a wild horse.|
|S01E06||Missed||22/11/2009||Will is surprised when a colleague he thought was dead passes by a café he's sitting in.|
|S01E07||Fables of Forgotten Things||22/11/2009||A mysterious drifter and his young friend must save an old lady from a memory-eating ghost.|
|S01E08||I Stood Up||22/11/2009||What if giving up your seat to a fellow passenger became a matter of life and death?|
|S02E01||Episode 1||13/02/2011||BBC HD presents a selection of short films from emerging filmmaking talents, including the Bafta-nominated surreal fantasy Turning, Russell Tovey and Sean Pertwee in the war-time drama In Passing, plus five further tales of the dark, dangerous and bizarre. Presented in partnership with BBC Film Network. Turning (dir. Karni and Saul) BAFTA-nomimated for Best Short Film in 2011, Turning tells the story of Robert, who on his sixth birthday receives three beautiful broken old birds in his mother's sitting room. Through his eyes, we visit the memory of this afternoon, visualized with the free spirited imagination of childhood, naive yet wonderfully dark. In Passing (dir. Chris Croucher ) Russell Tovey and Sean Pertwee feature in a wartime drama which explores a mother's love for her son. Little Dinosaurs (dir. Dana Dorian) Original animation which uses a tale of two dinosaurs to reflect on issues around how we relate to each other. Perfect to Begin (dir. Richard Lawson) Hard hitting drama which questions our preconceptions about what we see, as a thoroughly modern family sets out on a seaside holiday in a "borrowed" campervan. Sexy Pig (dir. Robert Ford) Comedy which combines a telephone call, a break-in, and cooking as never seen before. Mud Boy (dir. Nic Penrake) Creative and cinematic drama which explores the imagination of a young girl who needs to believe in an alternative reality. Ant & Len (dir. Duncan Raitt and Jon Marsh) An original and post-watershed take on the Aardman school of animation.|
|S02E02||Episode 2||20/02/2011||The second of BBC HD's short film compilations showcases the work of some of Britain's up-and-coming filmmakers, presented in partnership with BBC Film Network. Rory Kinnear and Jodie Whittaker star in the Oscar-nominated Wish 143, while Alfie Allen comes up against an ominous authority in Tom Harper's Cherries, along with five more thrilling and visually adventurous short stories. Wish 143 (dir. Ian Barnes) An Oscar-nominated short film about a young man desperate to come of age before time runs out. David is a fifteen-year-old boy with only months to live, who is granted one final wish from a charity. But doesn't want to go to Disneyland or meet Gary Neville; what he really wants is an hour alone with a naked woman. Cherries (dir. Tom Harper) Starring Alfie Allen, this is a highly original take on teenagers today, their preoccupations and their challenges, set in the possible near future. Night School (dir. Ben Soper) A reflection on teenage love and illusion as a young couple break into an abandoned school. Stranded (dir. Martin Malone) A race through the night with a difference, as a woman goes in search of help. The Rules of the Game (dir. Tom Daley) An exploration of love and betrayal as a groom reflects on a recent revelation. Tiga - What You Need (dir. Cassiano Prado) Fantastical surreal imagery set to a contemporary soundtrack.|
|S02E03||Episode 3||27/02/2011||An award-winning short film. It's the festive season and family duty bears down on Chris - it's time for him to take Auntie Glad to a Christmas party at her local Conservative Club. In a sea of blue rinses and endless stand-up bingo, will anyone get a chance to party?|
|S03E01||The Isis||19/06/2011||Three college students agree to cover up their involvement in the disappearance of a girl, with consequences that will test the limits of their friendship.|
|S03E02||The Child||19/06/2011||Zoe is a thirty something publishing executive living the dream in London. Everything in her life is in the right place. While shopping one evening she finds a mysterious child in her trolley. Leaving the supermarket with more than she bargained for she embarks on a discomforting night of discovery.|
|S03E03||The Ride||19/06/2011||After accepting a lift on his way back to university, a student is horrified when the driver runs down an old man. In shock, he helps the driver bury the victim in secluded woodland. Continuing the journey, the student sits in silence until he is dropped off outside the university gates where his lover is delighted to see him...|
|S03E04||Candy||19/06/2011||A teenage suburban boy, Joe, meets and instantly falls in love with a seemingly innocent young girl from his home town who now lives in London. As their impromptu encounter continues, Joe realizes her situation is much darker than he could have imagined.|
|S03E05||The Send-Off||19/06/2011||A chance reunion with a woman from his past takes one man on a heartbreaking journey across time.|
|S03E06||Colourbleed||19/06/2011||A young girl dreams of brighter days in a forgotten Eastern European city. Her fate is inextricably sealed when she crosses paths with a scheming, and enigmatic old woman, who harbours a dark secret. What seems like a small act of cruelty between strangers, will fracture the very foundations of a city.|
|S04E01||Modern Life is Rubbish||14/02/2012||Rafe Spall (The Shadow Line) and Rebecca Night star in this bittersweet comedy drama for the iPod generation, which uses the classic scenario of a couple separating their music collection to explore themes of love, loss and the inherent evil of greatest hits albums.|
|S04E02||Two and Two||14/02/2012||Nominated for Best Short Film in the 2012 Bafta Film Awards, this disturbing fable is set in a school governed by a strict regime, where pupils are informed that what they had always been taught as fact is no longer true.|
|S04E03||Bro||14/02/2012||A drama about a young teenager coming to terms with brother's disability as a result of Fragile X syndrome.|
|S04E04||Silent Things||14/02/2012||Andrew Scott (Moriarty in BBC's Sherlock) and Antonia Campbell-Hughes (Lead Balloon) star as two autistic friends who undergo an extraordinary test of character when a 15-year-old girl comes between them.|
|S04E05||Marigolds||14/02/2012||Exploring what goes on behind the closed doors of a seemingly normal family in a sleepy village, and a mother whose 25-year lifeless marriage has caused an unnatural relationship with her son.|