Our Short Films

Take a look at our very own personal projects.

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As filmmakers, it’s not just client filmmaking that we do. We’re lovers of all things film, from narrative to cinematography, and our passion extends to us going out and creating our own personal projects for competitions, film festivals and just because we want to. You can view our short films here, to see what inspires us beyond the world of corporate filmmaking.

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‘The Front Line’

Standing together to fight a new enemy. Inspired by all front line workers around the world. We stand together in thanking them for all their bravery and heroism.

‘The Front Line,’ is an amalgamation of a war story and a film dedicated to brave healthcare workers during the COVID-19 crisis. Using a blend of smoke, debris and make-up, we turned our actress into a nurse, fighting on the front line, saving lives. Our entry for the Drama category in the My Rode Reel 2020 competition.

The Front Line
Alchemy

‘Alchemy’

Raw energy turned into something magical!

Having worked with clients in the glass manufacturing sector for some time we thought we’d take a magical look into the art of glass making. As a team we’ve always been fascinated by the process of glass production, so we decided to use this as our subject for our documentary entry for My Rode Reel 2020.

The film contains lots of shots of fast moving glass combined with an epic voiceover and big musical score with sound effects.

‘*TBC’

The Shot Blast crew are entering the My RØDE Reel competition, yet they may be biting off a lot more than they can chew…

Delivering a mockumentary spin on our Comedy category entry for the My Rode Reel 2020 competition, we took a meta approach to the competition itself, playing ourselves in a bid to enter the competition with our filmmaking prowess, only it goes horribly wrong.

TBC

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