Tarantella was the first of Christopher Nolan's early short films, made in 1989 while he was studying at UCL. It was shot on Super 8 with Roko Belic, a childhood friend of Nolan's. The film was aired on Image Union, a PBS programme in Chicago, but is currently not available to the public.

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Throughout his childhood, Nolan had made films with Roko and Adrien Belic, borrowing their father's 8mm camera. This film was made in a similar way, but when Nolan was at university in London.

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