Attention span of a fish
So this is why I thoroughly enjoy the Rushes Short Film Festival screenings this weekend. I saw the series of independentally produced films from Newcomer and established director/screenwriters. They ranged from dark to really funny and showcased some really interesting uses of the camera.
The festival is on at the ICA until Friday 20th. Definitely go 🙂
Bit more about it:
Rushes Soho Shorts Festival, celebrating its 14th year, is proud to announce the Official Festival Programme for 2012. The non-profit event, which will take place from 11th to 20th July, is recognized as one of UK’s leading international Short Film Festivals, showcasing commercially produced and independent work with an equal focus on emerging and established talent. You can see everything on the dedicated website: http://rssf2012.com
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