Monthly Archives: May 2014

Karen Martinez talks about ‘After Mas’

After Mas will be screened at the Voodoo Rooms at 7pm on 8th June. After Mas is a romance set during a carnival in Trinidad and Tobago, Could you tell us a little about filming the opening sequence – a … Continue reading

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Walking Against The Wind

Festival Director Paul Bruce talks to Gulliver Moore about his film ‘Walking Against The Wind’ which will be screened at the Edinburgh Short Film Festival next month. Walking against the wind features the life and times of a family of … Continue reading

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Kan Kan Media announces programme for the ESFF ’14

The first year of collaboration between Kankan Media and the ESFF will open a window to short films from all over the world through intimate and kaleidoscopic stories and film genres. The films reflect the different currents in the cinema … Continue reading

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Bus 44

This year, as Edinburgh Short Film Festival takes its programme to Shanghai, Abbie Saunders takes a look back at one of China’s most successful and poignant short films, Dayyan ENG’s Bus 44 (2001). Formally, a short film cannot necessarily be … Continue reading

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