While robbing a Scottish whisky distillery, an aged thief and his protégé become trapped inside. Spurred on by a dram or two, they soon learn the truth of their being there, with whisky being the least of their concerns.
Ciaran and Michael meet one summer and become quick friends. When school returns and Michael, a member of the Traveller community, attends the same school as Ciaran for the first time, will they stay friends?
The young people of Penygroes discuss the community artwork lifting their town
Christmas, 1995. As Scotland reels from a devastating loss of industry, a man is trapped in an escalating nightmare. Forced to follow a series of bizarre and deadly instructions contained in red envelopes, he is soon stranded in the snowy wastes of the Scottish Highlands - his fate bound to a stranger he finds caught in the same brutal game.
Two young sisters travel alone for a beauty pageant, their fraught relationship is tested. Miss Nothing is an intimate and tender portrait of sisterhood—inspired by true stories often forgotten behind extravagant shows.
LEADER - (shot entirely on a smart phone) is the story of Donnie, who lives on his own in a very remote area by the sea. He creates sculptures from ocean waste, until one day the tide changes and he inspires a new normal.
When Mickie asks to join Kim one quiet Saturday morning, they find reflecting on the past can be both a comfort and a torment. Will the truth behind what has brought them to this quiet cafe and the link they share be discovered, or are they destined to remain strangers, forever more?
A young boy's day out to see Grandad and his beloved pet Harry the Hamster suddenly sours.
Did we ever stop to think how the lockdown would hinder the work of spies in the middle of a pandemic? With government restrictions keeping people off park benches, Fisher (may not be his real name) tries to adapt to the new reality, finding the things he took for granted, like having a secret conversation in a public space with his contact Penny, more difficult than before. A comedy about connection, friendship and community, all de- classified just this once.
A feisty forensic investigator is gathering evidence at the murder scene. Until the corpse posthumously communicates with the investigators through its decaying farts. They must conduct a most unusual interview to catch the killer.
Recently, every time I've been leaving my appartment, I come back and there's always a weird smell. Almost like the smell of sweat...
As rising sea levels loom across the coast of Wales, a father and son clash over the future of their failing caravan park.
Rex, who is plagued by flashbacks, ventures through the Welsh countryside with his best friend Ollie on a dangerous revenge mission.
Starring and narrated by Academy Award Nominee, Jonathan Pryce, 'Stories of You and I' is an open letter to the Earth. Based on true accounts and relationships with the natural world over the course a life-time, it is a touching, personal and emotional battle cry for environmental justice.
Mae Eleri wedi gofalu am ei mam, Luned, ers oedd hi yn blentyn. Ond mae’r ddwy wedi buddsoddi cymaint yn eu rolau gwrthdroëdig o fod yn rhiant a phlentyn, maen nhw wedi colli adnabod ar ei gilydd ac y gwir gysylltiad rhyngddyn nhw.
A teenage boy in London wanders around the city during the first lockdown. One day, he finds a girl dancing ballet in an abandoned building, sparking a newfound curiosity and desire for dance, much to his father's utter dismay.
In 1921, a Luxembourgish cartographer visited Albania, preparing the border for the newly independent country. He went on to take part in the chaotic Paris conference of Ambassadors, where an observation he made would change the outcome of the diplomatic gathering.
A world-renowned, professional fly killer, named Carl, is on the cusp of finalising his latest and most powerful invention; a machine that, with a single pulse, will annihilate every single fly on this world. Whilst testing its efficacy within the limited range of his workshop, a single fly miraculously survives the death pulse. Adamant that his machine not be undermined, a chase ensues between the fly and its would-be killer. Before Carl has a chance to squash it, the fly crawls into a small hole in the wall, out of reach. Putting his eye up to the hole, Carl sees before him an impossible fly utopia; bathed in golden light and hope. Jolting backwards, his sense of the world now fractured, the fly re-emerges and lands on the blueprints of Carl’s death-machine. As he looks on, the fly redesigns his machine, transforming it into something far more intriguing; a machine that turns flies into humans…
The routine life of a 40-year-old supermarket employee is set on a different path. On his way to work he spots a young boy holding a white balloon, mimicking his every action.
A man drops a woman off after a romantic night together -- planning never to see her again - but gets a talking-to from the sweater she's left behind in the car.
Captain Powerman has been sent to our world by the Evil Doctor Itchums! He must find the Chromosphere to escape, and soon. But when Saoirse bumps into this mad, spandex-clad man, she doesn’t believe him to be a Superhero at all . . .
A $0 budget student film about A woman who talks about her dreams. They seem so peaceful and pretty, anyone would want them to come true; but not if it means her nightmares would also come true. They are horrifying.
In ’The Hairy Notion of a Green Afternoon’ a mysterious protagonist emerges from elemental energies, leading us on her sensational journey. She (the ‘Ur-Frau’) is a mysterious force, ever-changing, responding to, and even becoming, her encounters with nature. She evolves from the primal shadows of space, takes on the wild freedom of horses and the blinking light of stars to then caress the melancholy power of the sleepy moon. Submerging in the echoed splash of the deep cave pools, she bleeds with the pained prick of a blooming rose. Absorbing the throb of a golden heartbeat, she continues her tale of becoming. Magical creatures accompany her: transmogrifying trees that become bejewelled majesties or the ever-changing fauna that become her cosmos. Her story is that of emotion - felt, rather than told - a tale where the original score pulsates expressively with the visuals’ rhythm. It is a tale of enrichment and empowerment, breathing and oozing nature’s forms and wonders.
A funny and moving glimpse behind the safety curtain. Witness the love scene, the storm scene, the inevitable death scene and remember, it’s all only pretend. Pulitzer-nominated playwright, Will Eno's monologue Mr Theatre Comes Home Different has been adapted for the screen to celebrate all those who were unable to work in the theatre industry due to the pandemic. Made in London, during lockdown in April 2021, with a cast of 12 actors and a small, dedicated crew, Mr Theatre Comes Home Different was conceived to raise money for the Theatre Artists Fund, supporting theatre freelancers in the UK. So as the world reopens - let’s set the stage again. Together.
Tim and Sophie both believe in the cause, but don't see eye to eye on the the value of attending a protest. Tim chooses to stay at home and protest from the sofa, but when Sophie doesn't come home one night his principles are thrown into doubt.
Whilst her nap Minju receives a phone call from someone with a familiar voice. And she wanders night streets of the city. After waking up from a long nap, she anxiously calls her old teacher.
Brian, Sara, Justin and Celine, four very different colleagues, find their days in the office unwittingly messed with when their new photocopier "Trixie" secretly comes to life and goes to extreme lengths to stop inner office meddling.
Four neurotic and highly competitive university students battle it out for the last spot on Britain's first ever Collegiate Crazy Golf Tour.
Some thing has to do something about all that dog sh*t. A corporate public information film about the importance of cleaning up after your dog. Come on guys, we're all this epidemic together- just pick it up the pup poop.
A dark night in a dark forest and five teenage friends are relentlessly pursued by a crazed axeman. He claims his first victim in a bloodied frenzy. The remaining survivors have to find a way of staying alive - they can either flee to the safety of the abandoned cottage or they can admit that their predicament is far more dangerous and bizarre than they could ever have believed.
Denzel follows the dating life of a young man on his journey to self-acceptance. He uses an alter ego to navigate through his social issues and self worth until finally reaching the perfect conclusion.
Michael is on the brink of a new start in life: a first real relationship and a stable job in a town where no-one knows him. Until his name returns to the news and his dream of anonymity starts to crumble, leaving him scrambling to keep his past hidden — and his new life safe.
Two broken souls living in a crumbling future society struggle to move on from their scarred pasts.
For Los Angeles natives living in the early 1900’s, bicycles and streetcars shared the road as our primary modes of transportation. But the arrival of the freeway effectively wiped them out. Today, a collective of cycling communities fight for protected bike lanes and road safety; determined to bring a new era of mobility justice to the city.
Full Circle explores the journey of Kenyan Long-boarder named Abuga Aroni. The documentary follows his self-acceptance journey, whereby he learns to embrace his differences and take on a path which is true to himself. The documentary hopes to challenge stereotypes of “Africa”, and portray an alternative image of what it means to be an adventure sport's athlete.
You Are Here offers a portal into the minds of two observers, a glimpse of their noesis and the thoughts that make them.
We invite you to spend 9 minutes with Oliwia and Aliyah, and engage with their experience and what they have to say.
Forever confined to the inside of an isolated cottage, Ethan's only companion is his Father, who describes in great detail the horrific state of the outside world. Curious about the wasteland beyond their barricaded home, he begs his Father to let him join his adventures. What he is met with however, contradicts everything he's even been told.
A private investigator takes matters into her own hands hunt down a serial killer.
FLUX (film) is about creating a space between now + then. Exploring the dynamism of emptiness in a realm where time + space are altered. Past, present and future are considered in the gaps in-between, blurring the boundaries between fact + fiction. Expressing emotions, ideas + concepts through literal + abstract imagery, through the creative use of editing + sound design incorpoating Irish Sean Nós song. Characters emphasise the fragile + emotional states of mankind, with prominence on dreamscapes + mindscapes. An oneiric land cinematically beautiful + psychologically disturbing. A world that explores significant topics such as death, loss, love, isolation + mental-fragility.
A desperate teenager snatches a rich woman's handbag but in a bizarre twist of fate discovers her life is not as rosy as it seems and that they have more in common than he realizes.
A comedy about the times that bring a family together. Even when those times are 30 years apart. Hiraeth is a heart-warming comedy about three generations of women linked together by the Welsh farm they pass down to each other. The political unrest faced by each generation shapes the comically mundane lives of three women, each played by the same actor.
A woman risks everything to try and protect an asylum seeker in a totalitarian society in which all borders are militarized.
A frantic young woman struggles against an unforgiving inner voice that battles against all logic, rhyme or reason... Compelling her to endure a physical, mental journey that takes her right to the very edge.
'Please Don't Stand Up When Room Is In Motion' uncovers Ali (Novo Amor)'s journey over the production of his Welsh Music Prize-nominated album ‘Cannot Be, Whatsoever’. The title—plucked from the album’s artwork—refers to the idea of embracing the mess, chaos and clutter that surrounds the creative process of writing an album; not letting go and seeing where the path takes you.
Two 15 year old homeless girls share a tent on the bank of the River Thames. A tent so small they sleep in shifts, scraping the living they do by mudlarking on the river and selling their finds. They live in the protective utopia of each other until one of them fails to return home one night. Skylar, a selective mute, is left with a decision: leave the tent- their entire world- or stay and hope Ansel returns. She takes the decision to go and look for Ansel, with dire consequences- both girls falling prey to child trafficking.
It is called the Time Travelers Paradox. In which a scientist creates a Time Machine and kills their younger self. So now a man who should not- can not- exist, somehow does. That is the Paradox, and Paradoxes are impossible.
A young fresh writer pitches his first TV series to an executive producer, but just when he thinks he's nailed it, he discovers how scary this executive can be.
A politician is invited to visit a mysterious town in the Welsh mountains, where his past decisions come back to haunt him.
Father Jones is called in from out-of-town to perform a funeral. However, he isn't sure whose funeral it is. He is joined by Neil from the funeral home, and together they try to figure out who is in the coffin.
A teenager is forced into living with his grandfather and they can't seem to find any common ground. A family bond is torn apart and only one thing can reunite them, football.
It's a game of pride.
Although, there is always a reason behind every act that we cannot imagine in the heat of events. We should experience the situation of other people to realize the obvious explanation.
Shot entirely in the back of a car, the film follows three aspiring criminals as they grab a local troublemaker who owes them money, throw him into the back of a car and speed off into the night.
Weeds aren't just weeds. They're like friends. During the first Covid-19 wave, plants and flowers are allowed to grow wild.
Carla and Matt have been colleagues and friends for a number of years over which time an unspoken bond has been created. Just as the love between them is about to be revealed through the giving of a thoughtful and sentimental gift, an announcement is made that stops it in its tracks.
As darkness falls on the deep eve of Antarctic Mid-winter, there’s a break-in at the museum store. Artefacts are not ransacked but rearranged. This is a guerilla action - a poetic provocation. It marks the 200th anniversary of the ice continent‘s discovery - and its perilous state. A tipping point, the result of our human actions - our human estate. By protecting Antarctica we can restore the natural balance of the whole planet Sir David Attenborough
A critical moment in the life of a seemingly hugely successful stand up comedian.
Gut Feelings is the story of two misfits who meet in the belly of a beast.
Determined not to be priced out of the area he has called home for 50 years, 70 year old Clifford, a Jamaican man of the Windrush generation moves into a house-share with a group of twenty-somethings in this 90s style, Bristol set sitcom short. Brimming with nostalgia, it's Fresh Prince meets Desmonds meets Living Single with a modern Black British twist. Can these two generations co-exist while both grappling with the housing crisis, gentrification and a lack of fridge space?
Caught on the premiere of Annie Decker’s Wow Sponge commercial, husband George along with friends Gemma and Mikey celebrate the success of Annie’s blooming acting career. Little does she know while Gemma and Mikey bicker about pie, husband George is drowning in debt and is about to crack…
When a dinner party descends into a vicious sibling argument between Tom and Emily, their partners Jade and Norman can’t wait to escape, but clumsy revelations quickly expose that the one thing they all have in common is a truly awkward secret. Reasons is a comedy about the decisions we make, and the actions we don’t take. Funded by BFI NETWORK and the National Lottery.
Guru Déë Pród offers an incredible opportunity to come take a ride in his magical van.
Lovable nerd Orlando will do anything to keep his Instagram model girlfriend happy, but upon meeting his cooler, richer and more handsome arch nemesis Vladimir, he realizes he may be in for more than he bargained for. Will Orlando be able to do what it takes to get his girlfriend back? Shot with a colorful cast of characters in beautiful Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and America, New York filmmaker and comedian Keith Orlando Harris traveled to the city of Almaty, Kazakhstan to write, produce, direct and act in a collection of 10 short comedy videos there including two parody music videos. 'She’s An Instagram Model' is his debut music video in that collection. His comedic weird Al Yankovic style parody of a popular Kazakh R&B song comes complete with an original English and Kazakh version written and performed by Keith Orlando Harris himself after living two years in Kazakhstan throughout the pandemic, studying the language and working alongside award winning music producer Zheng Li and some of the best song writers and translators in Kazakhstan to make his debut music video. Album presale & presave starts April 1st. Available for streaming and purchase on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Youtube Music and other music streaming platforms on May 27th, 2022.
A nervous upper-class banker reluctantly gets dragged into a hostile transaction with an extremely unorthodox drug dealer.
“The life we live is a series of illusions… a fleeting smile… mistaken decisions… dangerous, unpredictable… yet, we will meet again, as lovers… parents… children… and you will know who I am…” Tasos Sagris’s poem, with its haunting soundtrack by Whodoes, offers us an extended exploration of lives lived in parallel, at cross-purposes, in and out of love, around the world, from the innocence of children to the wisdom of elders. There are the good times when summer seems to last forever, and the bad, when persecution and misadventure could land us in prison, with nothing but rain to hear our voice. But what is the reality? What is mere illusion? Can there be more to life than simply living?
Holy Slut, a young graffiti woman who was sexually abused at the age of 13, wanders alone through the locked-down streets of Albi, feverishly scribbling fragments of her story on walls around the city as she attempts to disentangle the knotted threads of her existence and free herself from a past that weighs heavily on her present.
In San Francisco, many years after his hideous crimes, the fiendish water creature Vodník emerges from Czech folklore to recount his beguiling tale.
A man in a room, in a film – it is the becoming of something and simultaneously becoming in itself. Nothing is as solid as we believe. The film explores our perception of time and change, bodies and objects, and our inability to comprehend the full motion of things.
Living in Color, a film following Adedoton’s journey of self-expression and experience.
A man poisoned by the existing order, trying to rebel and overthrow the order. In a dreamlike world, he tries to find an answer, to find the ultimate meaning of the existence of the world.
In this wordless, experimental film, a powerful goddess meets her match.
Sarah explores her early sense of motherhood through interactions with materials such as ice, hair, dolls and fluids juxtaposed with clinical environments to evoke her journey through a relatively straightforward single pregnancy, closely followed by a contrastingly high risk quadruplet multiple birth.
Bax gets depressed sometimes. Rose tries everything to cheer him up. But she runs out of options when he runs out of road, and the line between her dreams and reality becomes blurry.
In near future, ALI, a Muslim space pilot, is working alone on a space station during the Christmas season, because all other crew is back to the Earth for holidays. One day, TAKAKO, a Japanese girl lives in the city on the Moon, stows away in an unmanned cargo ship and gets on board the space station. Although she wants to go to the Earth to meet her father, she took the wrong cargo ship. The problem is her father is caught in the atomic bomb attack by terrorists in Japan and missing now. And none can reach the area he is missing, because the area is contaminated by the radioactive substance and the electromagnetic pulse caused by the bomb broke every electronics. TAKAKO tries to go down to the Earth by an emergency pod. ALI stops her, because the pod does not enable the atmospheric entry to the Earth. TAKAKO gives up her hope. ALI tries to cheer her up, so that he makes a gigantic Christmas tree floating in the space even though he does not like Christmas as a pagan festival for him. And he makes a large banner which can be seen from the Earth and writes the message looking for TAKAKO’s father. At the end of the movie, her father who survives the bomb attack looks up the sky and finds the tree and banner, then he calls his daughter’s name.
Arrows, starring Geoff Bell is a film about finding faith in oneself. It’s a tale of life; the highs and the lows. But most of all, It’s a film about…Darts.
This short is about persistence. The Church has adapted to the new security norms in the Covid-era, without renouncing its rituals.
Millions of decisions are made in a lifetime...yet only 1 matters. Ty finds himself submerged in the results of his 1 decision.
Saba following her father’s death in London, unable to process the grief, she searches for his spirit in rome. She meets his old friends and visiting places he’s visited when he lived and worked in rome. She regains her joy for life in rome through exploring the space and interacting with people again. Her father is always present watching her from the spirit world, she ultimately discovers she is searching for her own inner peace.
A fiery young schoolgirl would do anything to protect her best friend from a merciless bully - and stumbles upon a dark, mysterious ring with magical powers that just might make her problems disappear... The Love 愛 Project // Stories of love told without words
A gay man confronts his belly fat in a shop changing room, triggering him to relive an abusive past relationship. But who can save him from his own body? Starring Welsh acting legend Ruth Madoc.
A young couple, Nia and Siôn find themselves speaking to police about a rape. They come to realise that the line you should never cross is the one you can never come back from.
A little boy dreams of flying
Fields of Anfield Road is the story of a working-class man who is betrayed by the very person he is trying to save.
A single mother struggles to balance between providing for her daughter and pursuing her dream of being on the big screen. After countless rejections, she will go on one last audition to determine her fate as an actress.
Inside of a dark and continuously changing world, we follow a young man desperately trying to light their inner fire. Doubt, insecurities, and external forces interfere with the flame.
Four rural teenagers hitchhike to an illegal rave, but when one of them sprains their ankle the journey exposes human selfishness and hidden desires. The free party begins to lose its fascination when the main character, Alex, finds himself walking in the moonlight with a girl he likes.
A bilingual French-English music video inspired by classic French disco and world cinema from Hong Kong to Manila to New York— a non-linear narrative drives the film's plot as it paints the artists within an imaginative, hallucinatory vignette of love and betrayal.
A therapist attempts to navigate a young man's toxic relationship issues with his ex-girlfriend using state-of-the-art virtual reality technology. But is his memory reliable?
One am in an old-fashioned bar: Two waiters are preparing to close down. As the youger waiter is getting impatient to get their last customer - a lonely old man - out, the older one protects him. After they suddenly find the old man gone, the younger waiter leaves. Left alone, the older waiter unexpectedly finds himself tenderly rewarded for his emphaty…
Bax gets depressed sometimes. Rose tries everything to cheer him up. But she runs out of options when he runs out of road, and the line between her dreams and reality becomes blurry.
Women Warriors: The Voices of Change is a documentary film that honors the strength and heroism of global activists fighting for social justice, human and civil rights, LGBTQ rights, indigenous rights, environmental causes, minority rights, gender equality and the right of every girl to an education. This film highlights the lives of over sixty-five activists who have been ignored in the media or left out of the history books. This stunning orchestral soundtrack won a 2022 GRAMMY® Award and features the music of celebrated Hollywood film composers Nathalie Bonin, Miriam Cutler, Anne-Kathrin Dern, Isolde Fair, Sharon Farber, Penka Kouneva, Starr Parodi and Lolita Ritmanis with the Riga Cathedral Girls' Choir TIARA.
In Affairs of the Art, director Joanna Quinn & producer/screenwriter Les Mills continue the series of beloved, hilarious and award-winning animated films starring Beryl, the Welsh 59-year-old factory worker who’s obsessed with drawing and determined to become a hyper-futurist artiste. We also meet her grown son, Colin, a techno geek, her husband Ifor, now Beryl’s model and muse, and her sister Beverly a fanatical narcissist living in Los Angeles. Affairs of the Art provides glimpses into Beryl, Beverly and Colin’s peculiar childhoods and we see that obsession is in this family’s DNA.
A hand embroidery animation about the relationship between a daughter and her absent father.
We meet Ditto, a fluffy plump and sleepy white cat. However, the universe seems out to get her as she tries to find the most comfortable spot to take her nap. She finally falls upon the most wonderful warm yellow cushion she's ever pounced upon. No spot has ever been so comfortable. But little does she know a fuzzy winged intruder, Monty, has his eye on it too. Monty is by no way bashful in disturbing Ditto's slumber. He is inherently attracted to warm bright spots, but you'd think he'd stay loyal to the all-seeing light in the sky...but that cushion is so goddamn comfy! Monty will go to any lengths to knock Ditto from that comfy spot, but at what consequence?
Set in a colourless megalopolis, 'Phosphene' follows the story of a young woman on her journey to regain her internal creativity and independence. By approaching true-to-life themes such as mental health, creative blocks, and the repetitive nature of quotidian living; viewers will watch as the protagonist reclaims her light, with a little help from a new friend.
Edinburgh is a city of extraordinary beauty – from whatever angle it is regarded. Here we see it from the air, the camera’s eye moving across the swathe of the classical New Town, revealing streets, spires, saliences man-made and natural. This city is a poem in stone, a place of fragile beauty, a place of shifting northern light. Here it is beneath us, so beautiful that we catch our breath again and again. Alexander McCall Smith
It is a project that started with a single sentence, "Hope is being able to see that is light despite all of the darkness." It is a work with the message that one day we will see the light again if we do not lose hope in the confusion of and darkness.
Surrounded by her loving family on her birthday, an event occurs that shapes Mira’s life forever.
The war has settled down, but a conflict is still escalating.
In a desperate battle with his ballooning ego, Bill struggles in vain to re-woo Deb with his below-par outdoor skills and, quite frankly, shocking behaviour, until their last-ditch camping trip takes a VERY sinister turn.
God’s Petting You is a dark and twisted comedy that explores the depths and depravity of the Brighton underworld. Charlie, a down on his luck heroin addict, falls in love with a struggling sex addict, and together they hatch a hair-brained scheme to steal a small fortune from a criminally inclined porn star.
Liang Jing, a woman who works in the city, returns to the village where her parents live. Her mother orders her to consult an old fortuneteller for finding marriage. Although Liang is hesitant to obey her mother, she goes to the woman’s place one night. During the meeting, Liang's reality starts to intertwine with her past. Under the guidance of the fortuneteller, Liang’s life starts to change.
A Story of Water: The crucial life sustaining resource, squandered, depleted, and a scarcity for many. Yet, in a climate veering from flood to drought, ignorance and denial of the implications for catastrophic human conflict and natural loss ominously persists.
It’s an elegy written for the hometown. Ping, a high school teacher, overwhelmed by disappointing trivial matters in daily life, became able to see her dead grandpa in the his old house awaiting demolished.
In a story of unrequited love, we find Libby on the seam between desire and reality. Drifting as she navigates the shifting shoreline between these embattled landscapes, she closes a circle with Yuli.
1972 in a small town amid the prairie. The old-established village policeman Bruno sniffs a chance to solve a big case when an obscure estate agent enters the bar. Fully determined to convict the stranger Bruno gets wound up in the case. However, no one really trusts him...
A lonely nine year old boy wants to save his mom from his abusive father, but he feels powerless in the middle of all the fighting until...
In a UK where all foreigners are outlaws, a warm-hearted farmer discovers the unconscious body of a French man on the beach, and shelters him despite her husband's violent nationalism.
Liam's good day is about to turn bad as he encounters a dead body in the park. With only himself and nearby runner Jenny at the scene, talk turns to 'what happened?'
Martin makes TV shows in his bathroom, meanwhile his life falls apart.
The story of Clive Kennedy, a music documentary about a performer who can’t perform. A story of incredible talent gone unrealized turns into a joint effort between subject and filmmaker to battle Clive's mental health and find catharsis in his songs.
This short documentary sees World War Two veteran Jack Mann tell his inspiring tale for the very first time in front of a camera. A true story of a free-spirited Jewish boy's journey to manhood, Jack fights to make his father proud. As part of the Special Forces, he knows only too well what will happen to him if he is captured behind enemy lines.
In wild 18th century Britain a lonely woman discovers that her menstrual cycle is of interest to a stranger.
A no budget short film shot in South Wales which is a sci fi comedy. Filmed during lockdown, an 8 year old little girl plays 3 different characters. The film sees Hannah playing in her yard when she receives an unexpected visitor, who looks just like her, but speaks a strange language and has special powers. The visitor is on a mission to save her planet and only Hannah can help.
On Christmas Eve, Jae-Yul has to give gifts to children in a rich village and a poor village in time as Santa Claus, as a part of a senior employment welfare program. In the meantime, he faces an unexpected event.
A young woman in a big nice house creates the design of the apartment while a very gloomy delivery man delivers the pizza at night. What do they have in common and how does she affect him...
Short: Who is Sycorax? The first of all characters in William Shakespeare´s "The Tempest" to set foot on the island of the play. Synopsis: Who is Sycorax? The first of all characters in William Shakespeare´s "The Tempest" to set foot on the island of the play. The problem is that Sycorax has no voice. She is barely mentioned by Prospero as a crooked, old, wicked witch who vilely locked Ariel, the spirit of the air, in a tree. But why would she lock Ariel in a tree? Here, we wouldn't believe Prospero so much.
Triangle, the graduation film of Peter Engelmann from the Arts University Bournemouth, is a sci-fi pseudo-docu drama exploring the dark realms of the human mind. The story follows three strangers who - based on a 1997's psychological experiment on the bonds of friendship - are about to become friends for life, separated only by 36 questions.
What we’ll be thinking about. Dogs are purely living in the present, and they aren’t wishing to die In search of a kind society where we can carefully think of the importance of life, we save the animals’ lives by taking actions. human beings who are making this human society think of life is a very big theme of human beings .
During lockdown, six-time BAFTA winning writer/director, Tony Collingwood has made a police procedural drama on his kitchen table, with his iPhone, using candles. If you only screen one candle-based drama this year, then you may well have found it. When a gold candle stick goes missing from the convent, all hell breaks loose. But no-one seems to care about the snuffed out candle left behind. Until Detective Joe arrives on the scene.
A fragmented collection of closed cinemas in London during lockdown, captured on Super 8mm film. Cinema Now is a short, observational documentary film (presented in the contemporary 'Direct Cinema' style) and shot entirely on KODAK Vision3 Super 8mm Film. The film depicts closed cinemas from the point of view of passers-by, taking a moments pause and looking patiently at building exteriors and facades. A range of cinema sites are included, though they all have one thing in common - they are all 'independent' in some way, shape or form, be that their structural/operational model and/or by virtue of their programming. There are many different types of cinemas presented in the documentary - from repurposed former industrial and historic sites to hidden gems and underground meccas. There is no limit to where cinema is found, and this is certainly true of London's thriving film scene which is currently under threat. The documentary also serves to document our cinemas through a historic moment in time, creating a capsule of a turbulent period in all our lives - the COVID-19 pandemic. *** Specifications If the FilmFreeway Native Player does not work (or if you'd like to see a full DCI 4K secure online version of the film) - there is a private Vimeo Screener available: Link: https://vimeo.com/675247242 Password: CNFestivals2022 The film is available to screen from a 4K or 2K DCP, 4K or 2K ProRes and 35mm* (*at select screenings) 'Cinema Now' is presented in 4:3 in a DCI 'Flat' / 1.85:1 [aspect ratio] container, at 24fps, and in either a 5.1 Surround Sound Theatrical Mix or 2.0 Stereo Theatrical or Web Mix. For screenings, there is a choice of Open Subtitles (burnt into the image) and Closed Subtitles (can be toggled on/off), or no subtitles at all. To view the final version of the film with Closed Subtitles [english] embedded: click below - https://youtu.be/pcWnlIq5YZE For additional marketing & distribution assets including documentation, screening notes, artwork, teaser spots/trailers and specifications: go to https://www.louisholder.com/cinema-now.html
The inspiring story of Jonathan ‘Ronin’ Royle, fighter and father, as he enters into the burgeoning sport of professional bare-knuckle boxing. The filmmakers follow his struggle and his sacrifices in a bid to achieve his dream of competing at the highest level. Discover what he loves and what he fights for as the team around him push this modern-day warrior to success in a dangerous profession.
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