Sure, theses short films are almost ten years old, but I'd almost completely forgotten about them until I started this short film search. The talent involved in making what was mostly promotional pieces for BMW cars in undeniable. They must have worked, because according to Wikipedia, BMW sales went up 12% from the previous year. Here is a list of the films in order.
1. Ambush, directed by John Frankenheimer (Ronin, The Manchurian Candidate)
2. Chosen, directed by Ang Lee (Brokeback Mountain; Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon)
3. The Follow, directed by Wong Kar-Wai (Chungking Express, 2046)
4. Star, directed by Guy Ritchie (Sherlock Holmes, Snatch)
5. Powder Keg, directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu (21 Grams, Babel)
1. Beat the Devil, directed by Tony Scott (True Romance, Man on Fire)
2. Hostage, directed by John Woo (Hard Boiled, The Killer)
3. Ticker, directed by Joe Carnahan (Narc, Smoking Aces)
If you've never seen any of them, you need to. They were once released on DVD, although I never got one, but with most everything, they can be viewed on YouTube. Here is the first episode, written by Andrew Kevin Walker (Seven) and starring, as he did in all of them, Clive Owen.
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Dan Fleming is the writer/co-creator of Warrior Twenty-Seven, the independant comics anthology. He's been known to bury his nose in books since the earliest of ages, and has been busy writing a crime novel for a few moons. His comic work can be viewed at www.warrior27.thecomicseries.com. He is also one half of the podcasting duo, The Potato League Podcast, which can be found on Podbean. He can be contacted at either email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org