Unmissable Short Films

UNMISSABLE SHORT FILMS | Doodlebug

Cinematic excellence doesn’t have to come in 90-minute slabs, so here I look at the very best short movies around. If you’ve got a little spare time, bang one of these beauties on – satisfaction guaranteed.

#4: Doodlebug [1997]

Every master has to start out somewhere, and Doodlebug is an apt introduction for Christopher Nolan. Before Gotham, before Dream-Share, and even before Leonard Shelby, Nolan had displayed his tactful and unique narrative style in this short (very short, at three minutes) film concerning a man on the hunt of what seems to be a pest in his flat…

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