1001. Manoman – Simon Cartwright

SUMMARY: Shy Glen inadvertently unleashes a long repressed side of himself during a primal scream session. WHY IT’S HERE: Simon Cartwright’s BAFTA-nominated ‘Manoman’ is a superb, haunting, crude, hilarious and unique piece of work in which a shy man called Glen finds himself accompanying a miniature, naked version of himself on a citywide rampage of … More 1001. Manoman – Simon Cartwright

1000. Edmond – Nina Gantz

SUMMARY: A young man regresses into his memories to try and understand his peculiarly cannibalistic method of showing affection. WHY IT’S HERE: Dutch director Nina Gantz’s BAFTA-winning short ‘Edmond’ is an extremely dark but absurdly comic examination of one man’s alienating quirk of showing affection by literally attempting to consume the object of his love. … More 1000. Edmond – Nina Gantz

997. The Casebook of Nips and Porkington – Melody Wang

SUMMARY: Nips and Porkington are members of the police force who set about tracking down a stolen egg. WHY IT’S HERE: Melody Wang, one of the directors who made the lovely ‘Grounded’, demonstrates her extraordinary talents in the beautiful little film ‘The Casebook of Nips & Porkington’. Starring anthropomorphic animals who have a warmly nostalgic … More 997. The Casebook of Nips and Porkington – Melody Wang

996. World of Tomorrow – Don Hertzfeldt

SUMMARY: A young girl named Emily receives a live video transmission from an adult third-generation clone of herself contacting her from 227 years in the future. WHY IT’S HERE: Having wowed critics and fans with his extraordinary Bill trilogy, Don Hertzfeldt somehow managed to follow it up with something every bit as astonishingly masterful. Hertzfeldt’s … More 996. World of Tomorrow – Don Hertzfeldt