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PSYCHOSIS OF A SANE MAN, a collection of films from Anglia Ruskin University students, was a triumph and a brilliant chance to showcase innovative young minds behind the cameras, writes Jack McCurdy.
It’s plain to see just from the trailer that this isn’t your typical, brainless romcom – from the idiosyncratic characterisation to the humour and honesty of the script, LOVE AFTER SUNRISE shows true potential for a thinking man’s look at love.
Fun and fanciful, but never flippant, REMEMBERING FORMBY is an animated short commemorating the life and work of the fictional Formby Patterson-Wright, an anthropomorphic personification of a generic male safety sign character, reminiscent of TVGoHome’s Ted Bellingham.
This past weekend the Watersprite Film Festival showcased a variety of international student films, as well as hosting an impressive range of workshops, talks and events.