One Game is a 30-minute short film exploring the power of healing childhood trauma through the eyes of a man seeking love and connection with his newborn son. With sci-fi elements reminiscent of the hit TV show Black Mirror, the film centres around the Emotions Training Program, a virtual therapy designed as a game where he has to pass all emotional confrontation levels to return to the real world
After being kicked out of another Young Offenders Institute, Shawn is offered a final chance at nTrac, a futuristic new AI educational facility. But as nTrac begins to exert more control over Shawn’s life in the form of manipulative AI, the true intentions of the facility become apparent, leaving him in a desperate race against time and technology to escape.
"Faithful" follows Vaila, a brave 13 year old girl who ventures into the scary Scottish woods in the to find the mythical Cù-Sìth, a fairy dog that can open a portal to the Fairy World. Vaila hopes to find the dog so that she can right a wrong from her past and bring her family back together.
After explores the journey of a woman coming to terms with life after a career-ending injury destroys her hopes of competing at the Olympics. Battling complicated grief, loss and complete isolation from the world she knew, she fights to get back into training hoping to achieve her gymnastics dream. But what is life like, after?
Following on from the award-winning short, French Toast. Jada, Tai and Sheridan survive London's COVID-19 2020 lockdown through daily Zoom lunches while WFH. After Tai's devastating secret tears the group apart, Jada must come to terms with her 'picture-perfect' life and her fiancé Simeon has a lot to answer for. It also explores the nuances of institutional racism.
Transmutation is an audio-visual fantastia exploring monstrous androgyny in the metamorphosis of the body through surrealism.
The film unfolds as a hypnotic spiral of sequences: two celestial characters awaken and fuse into a mythological being.
The film is a collaboration with the Guildhall Orchestra, who will be creating an original score with experimental composer Sioul Blaphate.
1909. Rural Lancashire. Patently awkward amateur entomologist Martha is on a mission to get in with the cool kids: the Women’s Suffrage Society North West Organising Committee (and maybe, mostly, their de-facto leader Florence).
LGBT short from a female filmmaking writer-director & producer duo with films at London Short Film Festival, Tribeca Film Festival & BFI London Film Festival.