Watch: Diving giraffes as shown at Dismaland

PUBLISHED: 18:00 29 September 2015

The film area at Dismaland.

The film area at Dismaland.


DISMALAND is over, but some of the short films shown during its five-week run are available to view for those already feeling nostalgic.

More than 20 films were shown on repeat on the big screen at Weston-super-Mare’s Tropicana, where people were able to watch from the comfort of some deckchairs.

The Dismaland event attracted thousands of people, but it is now being dismantled with some of its parts being sent to Calais, and art work going up for sale on eBay.

The videos included a 30-second clip of the Statue Of Liberty melting, a teddy bear getting an operation and a study of commuters waiting for a train.

But for anyone already reminiscing about Dismaland, some of the videos are still available to enjoy – including this one by Nicolas Deveaux featuring some diving giraffes.

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