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21 March 13
Find out more about our Short Film and Short Animation nominees in 2013 and read blogs from some of the filmmakers.
Watch the team accepting their BAFTA >
Rafe Spall and Helen McCrory present the Short Film BAFTA to Diarmid Scrimshaw and Peter Carlton for Swimmer
"Everyone approaches filmmaking in their own way yet at the same time it seems like we all fight the same demons."
> Good Night: Short Stuff blog on BAFTA Guru.
"The best advice I ever had from a producer is always work with people you admire. Collaboration makes better films."
> The Curse: Short Stuff blog on BAFTA Guru.
"Naivety is sometimes a wonderful trait. No-one was telling us we couldn’t do it so we just threw caution to the wind and sent him the script."
> The Voorman Problem: Short Stuff blog on BAFTA Guru.
"I believe that animation should have a reason for being used. My films are not exclusively animated, as live-action helps ground a story in reality."
Rafe Spall and Helen McCrory present the Short Animation BAFTA to Ainslie Henderson and Will Anderson for The Making of Longbird
"We’re completely blown over. Especially for our first film, it’s a huge honour. When you’re creating a film you just want people to see it."
> Here to Fall: Short Stuff blog on BAFTA Guru.
"You have to keep writing, keep drawing, keep shooting, keep thinking and keep feeling your way through."
Entry for next year's British Short Film and British Short Animation categories is now open.
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