Grad Shows 2014 – Royal College of Art

cca_rca_logoThe highly impressive Dyson Building at the Battersea Campus was the next destination for the film premieres of the graduating film-makers from the Royal College of Art. As always it was a visually strong and humorous array of films intertwined with moments of out and out madness and others of delicate subtlety.

Some of the best received films will undoubtedly be heading to festivals around the world and there is definitely a festival winner or two in this bunch.

With such a variety of films, to try and pick stand out pieces was almost impossible so here are a few trailers of some of the best received films on the night.

Sarina Nihei’s amusing film ‘Small People with Hats’

Sophie Gate’s ‘Half Wet’
Stephanie Johnstone’s ‘A Tale of Aquatic Affairs’
The visually stunning ‘Loop Ring Chop Drink’ by Nicolas Ménard
Marcus Armitage’s ‘Over Dinner’
The dream-like‘I May Be Some Time’ by Ana Stefaniak

16 July 2014