The short film where it all began for Christopher Nolan

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The short film where it all began for Christopher Nolan
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Nolan, who never went to film school, began his illustrious career as a seven-year-old by using his father's Super 8 camera. While at University College in London, Nolan honed his directorial skills by making black-and-white shorts on weekends with friends. Doodlebug (1997), with a score by frequent collaborator David Julyan (Following, Prestige, Memento, Batman Begins) was Nolan's third short film after Tarantella and Larceny, and starred Jeremy Theobald, who would go on to produce and star in Nolan's debut Following (1998).

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