The Double Cross is a silent black and white comedy short set in the 1920s, where our hero is a young waiter for hire who gets caught up in a murder plot during a party and eventually rescues the damsel in distress.
Director: Mark Brocking
Award winning director Mark Brocking has been working in the film industry since around 1990.
He started his career in 2D animation working on features for Disney, Warner brothers and Spielberg among others.
Around 2003 he entered the field of CG animation at Framestore, London working his way up to supervising animator on films such as Narnia “The Dawn Treader” and “Where the Wild Things Are”.
He was nominated for a Bafta for his work as animation director on tv series “Primeval 2” in 2003.
Mark started writing and directing his short films in 2008 which has so far resulted in two films, “The Double Cross” (Best shorts winner) and “The Barber’s Cut” (winner of 15 awards so far in 2016).
He is currently working on his third film which should come out in 2016.
He lives in London, UK with his wife and 2 children.