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Blade Runner shorts: Filling in the gaps

As Denis Villeneuve’s eagerly anticipated Blade Runner 2049 finally hits our screens, three short films have been released to provide some context for the events that have taken place in the 30 years between the original Bladerunner and its sequel. It’s a smart move from Villeneuve, whose commissioning of these quasi-prequels allow 2049 to hopefully avoid any excessive exposition. […]

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Oats Studio – Volume One

Neil Blomkamp’s Oats Studios see’s the iconic sci-fi director creating a series of short films with the aim of introducing audiences to a feature film before it is fully funded. It’s an ingenious use of the ideas of viral media, and with Volume One drawing to a close with the release of Zygote, Mike Hibbert has […]

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Oats Studio – Firebase

Social allegory and class divides are the central theme of all Neil Blomkamp’s Oats Studio’s output so far and Firebase is no different. In the second instalment of Oats Studios: Volume One, the Vietnam War provides the backdrop for a sci-fi exploration of the relationship between soldiers, ‘the enemy’ and those in command. Firebase ticks […]

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Intertainment Magazine Issue Nine

The new issue of Intertainment Magazine is now live and you can read it right here. June’s issue includes Triple Six Horror Festival, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, The Manchester School of Art Film Festival, Wonder Woman, Tycho, E3 Expo 2017, Baywatch and more. For the first time you can also order print copies of […]

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Triple Six Festival Shorts: Burn

Slaughtered Bird Films and Dragon Egg Media’s debut film collaboration, Burn made a surprise appearance at this year’s Triple Six Festival having been missed off the festival’s lineup. The last minute short directed by Judson Vaughan was filmed over just three days in Hertfordshire and North London and with that in mind, the resulting short is an entertaining […]

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Triple Six Horror Shorts: Dissociative

Dissociative is the third short film from director Damon Rickardand. It tells the story of a man overwhelmed with paranoia about an assumed infidelity in just five minutes. As he reflects over how to proceed, the film’s short length makes it difficult to discuss much more in the way of plot here without giving too […]

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Triple Six Festival Shorts: Gene

Gene follows a recently widowed mother, who is having problems with her 11-year-old son, and may have to take drastic actions to stop him. Gene is a prime example of how great short films can look in modern indie cinema and with acting as powerful as its cinematography, Gene is a surprise hit of Triple […]

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