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New Film Makers 2006


The Winner

Image from 'Cubs' Congratulatons to the the winner of 2006's New Film Maker Awards, Tom Harper whose film 'Cubs' tells the story of a gang of kids who have discovered a dark new sport.

Tom's film won great reviews, with one judge commenting, 'this is a proper short film from a real film maker'.
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Find out more about Tom and how he made 'Cubs'.

** Please note some of the films contain strong adult themes and language which some may find offensive and unsuitable for children. They will only be available post watershed (21.00) until 05.00. Other films are only viewable on the BBC Film Network website.


Runners Up

Image from Bobsboxes A film showing two lovers' tragic attempt to be together - inside Bobsboxes.
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Image from 'Mono' Follow the story of two lonely people as they connect through the wall dividing their apartments.
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Daddy's Girl
Image from 'Daddy's Girl' Daddy's Girl takes an honest and poignant look at a dysfunctional family's relationships.
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Ma Boy
Image from 'Ma Boy' Delve into a claustrophobic, intensely twisted love triangle in Ma Boy.
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A Plastic Toy Dinosaur
Image from 'A Plastic Toy Dinosaur' A father and son's day out together brings about a simple story about difficult things.
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Rabbit Stories
Image from 'Rabbit Stories' Take a fragmented, chaotic and provocative look inside a man's troubled mind.
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Rear View
Image from 'Rear View' Rear View is a nerve shredding noir film, which unfolds in a single continuous shot.
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Image from 'Stiffy' Prepare yourself for a necrophiliac romantic comedy, sure to capture the coldest heart.
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The Wallet
Image from 'The WalletA dropped wallet really shouldn't cause this much trouble - but it does!
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