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The Last Train

Ross Hogg
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Synopsis

Tired, drunk, disgruntled, joyous and riotous strangers are pushed together within the confines of the last train home.

Festivals and awards

Glasgow Short Film Festival

Ross Hogg

Ross Hogg is an animation filmmaker based in Edinburgh, Scotland. Graduating from the Glasgow School of Art in June 2013, Ross creates dexterous, hand-crafted animation using a variety of materials, celebrating the vibrancy and physicality of the medium.
His films have been successful on the festival circuit, screening internationally, gaining recognition and attention. Ross has received four BAFTA Scotland nominations in consecutive years while his film, Spectators, won the BAFTA Scotland New Talent Award and the Celtic Media Festival Award for Animation in 2014. His recent co-directed short, Isabella, won the Scottish Short Film Jury Award at Glasgow Short Film Festival, the No Budget Audience Award at Hamburg International Short Film Festival, and two awards at the BFI Future Film Festival in London.
Ross now works on a freelance basis on a range of animation projects whilst occasionally teaching on the undergraduate and masters programmes at the Glasgow School of Art
FILMOGRAFÍA:

4:3 (2019)
Just Agree Then (2018)
Life Cycles (2016)
Isabella (2015)
Scribbledub (2014)
Spectators (2013)
The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat (2013)

Production company: A Ross Hogg/LUX Scotland Production for Now & Next
Production: Stephen James-Yeoman & Pauline Law
Direction: Ross Hogg
Sound: Keith Duncan
Music: Simon Liddell & Andy Monaghan
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UK
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2019

Twelve-year-old Reece must brave the mean and marvelous streets of North East Glasgow to bring his drunken father safely home.

Simone Kenyon, Lucy Cash
UK
13 min.
2019

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Hannah Currie
UK
12 min.
2019

When Paul suffers a massive brain injury the long-lasting effects are bizarre and frustrating, leaving him caught in a perpetual loop of joke-telling. Paul’s wife Lindsay is left to pick up the pieces, shouldering all the responsibilities within the household.

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2019

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UK
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