The Apology Line is a short film made in Birmingham that was recently shown at a 7 Inch Cinema event.
Based around messages left on a special phone number the stories are juxtaposed with beautiful yet mildly creepy surveillance-style footage of the city at night. There’s an edited version on YouTube.
It also showed at the Raindance festival and there’s a MySpace which give a bit more info about how it was put together. On a more prosaic level, it was funded in part by Screen West Midland’s Digital Shorts program.
via Prime Objective