Jordan Stephens presents more of the best creative short films on television, from music to animation, from dance to spoken word and anything visually random in between. Hot Chip side-project New Build's hilarious music video Luminous Freedom quickly becomes an addictive word game. Blackest Day is a moving dance piece inspired by accounts of shell-shocked soldiers who fought at the Somme. Again and Again and Again is a supersaturated satire on the future of data storage by artist Rachel McLean. Springing is a pastel-hued film by fast-emerging filmmaker Sophie Littman about a boy overcoming his nerves at a trampoline club. In Leo Leigh's deliciously noir comedy Sometimes Chinese, a downtrodden husband has an epiphany when he orders takeaway. Finally, Recode, one of Jordan's favourite films of the series, is a monochrome dance and spoken word performance about the experience of living with dyslexia by Birmingham's Man Made Youth Company.
Yayınlanma Tarihi: 24.11.2016