“The Hollywood of tomorrow” Dino Bonacic, because
“One of those projects that we personally think there should be a lot more of” Finn Blythe, 10 magazine
“Any budding directors, actors or screenwriters should be in attendance” babyface, i-D
Playback brings together over 150 short films made by young artist filmmakers in one exhibition, which tours the country until March 2018. These remarkable and award-winning short films made by emerging talent span a range of art forms and topics – from an animated take on the refugee crisis, to the dark dreamscape of a zombie apocalypse.
The exhibition is made up of individual touchscreens – choose what to watch from drama, comedy, dance, and spoken word to discover the filmmakers of tomorrow.
Playback is funded by Arts Council England and is a joint initiative with Channel 4 Random Acts.
The Random Acts Network Centres include the following organisations