Cinema 16: British Short Films

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Cinema 16: British Short Films
Directed by Various
Produced by Luke Morris
Distributed by Momac Films/
Warp Films
Running time
201 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Cinema16: British Short Films is a DVD featuring British short films directed by the likes of Ridley Scott, Christopher Nolan, and Mike Leigh, as well as less well known names. It is the first in a series of DVDs released by Cinema16.[1]

Contents[edit]

The short films included are About a Girl, Boy and Bicycle, Dear Phone, Doodlebug, Eight, Gasman, Girl Chewing Gum, Home, Joyride, Inside Out, Je T'Aime John Wayne, The Sheep Thief, The Short & Curlies, Telling Lies, UK Images, and Who's My Favourite Girl?.[2]

All films are accompanied by audio commentaries.

Reception[edit]

An Empire review said, "it's like having a complete film festival in the comfort of your own home."[3] This quote is often cited by a sticker on the DVD's cover.

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