Eight Must-See Shorts From Sundance 2021

In your already packed schedule, it may be difficult to even get started traversing the many short film programs. Before the festival ends, check out these eight must-see short films from the 2021 Sundance lineup.

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REVIEW: ‘Candice’ (2020) is a Look into Connection and Self-Reflection

Candice’s premise is quite simple, much of the short is largely just conversations between Candice and Greg, but it unveils the beauty of personal connection.

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Between the Lines: NFF Writers Talk About Their Short Films

I was fortunate enough to have a virtual chat with not one, but two writers featured in the strand: Mike Marriage with his dystopian drama Ghillie and Azhur Saleem with his dark thriller Muse.

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NFF REVIEW: ‘British Mix Vol. 1’ Strand

The Norwich Film Festival British Mix Volume One strand showcases British talent currently working on short film projects.

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NFF REVIEW: ‘Sci-Fi and Fantasy Collection’ Strand

The Norwich Film Festival Sci-Fi and Fantasy Collection showcases short films that explore otherworldly concepts to tell human stories.

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NFF Review: ‘Women In Film’ Strand

Reviews of the short films in Norwich Film Festival’s ‘Women In Film’ strand which shows an array of female-directed shorts.

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REVIEW: Jim Cummings is Back With a Bite in ‘The Wolf of Snow Hollow’ (2020)

The tightly-wound, violent energy and the spiralling personal drama coexist in ways I’ve not experienced outside of Cummings’ oeuvre.

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INTERVIEW: Beck Kitsis Talks Intentions and Inspirations for ‘The Three Men You Meet at Night’ (2020)

We spoke with director, Beck Kistis, about her intentions and inspirations for the film, the difficulties of promoting a film in 2020, and her plans for the future.

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REVIEW: ‘Don’t Think Twice’ (2020) is an Intimate Reflection on Dementia

Harry Hitchen’s sublime short ‘Don’t Think Twice’ offers an emotive insight to the life of a man who through the dark cloud of dementia finds joy in music.

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TIFF REVIEW: ‘Still Processing’ (2020): A Journey of Grief and Vulnerability

As Sophy Romvari goes through each of her own childhood photographs for the first time on camera, she gives a stunning portrait of joy, grief and trauma of lost memories.

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