After the success of his short film (Dog Altogether picked up a ‘Silver Lion – Short Film’ award at the 2007 Venice Film Festival, a ‘Best British Short’ award at the 2007 British Independent Film Awards and a ‘Best Short Film’ BAFTA in 2008), Considine went on to expand his narrative into the equally-powerful feature film Tyrannosaur (which saw him pick up another BAFTA in 2012 – this time for ‘Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer’). Considine hasn’t returned to the world of directing since Tyrannosaur (he continues to act), but if Dog Altogether is an example of what we can expect from his work behind the lens, lets hope he puts his directorial cap back on real soon.

Rob Munday

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