My favourite movie show, Kermode and Mayo's Film Review, recently ran an excellent short film competition entitled "Well Done U". As the title suggests, the challenge was to create a two minute feature which, if classified, would receive a U certificate. This meant that a 120 second orgy, or two minutes of extreme violence, would not be considered, and as such the film makers had to use their imagination to maintain interest and a decent narrative for the allotted duration. (On a side note, this makes it seem as if I am only satisfied by ultra-violent, sexually explicit films, and I can assure you this is not the case...). The results were surprising and full of fantastic ideas, and in the end a short by director Philip Chidell entitled "Pong" achieved first place. All of the shortlisted films can be viewed here, but I wanted to draw your attention to my favourite of the runners up, a highly imaginative piece by director John Powell called "The Colouring Box".