Edited and filmed in a day on a mobile phone for Cinema Now, a digital conference held at BAFTA.
From biting nuns to twitching schoolgirls, the professor takes us on a musical journey through mass hysteria.
Annie is obsessed with local history. She’s trying to forget her own past.
Carol Morley tracks down her old friend Catherine Corcoran and returns to India where they once travelled as teenagers. “A warm, very human film investigating the loss of friendship and the cathartic process” – The Independent “Return Trip is a fascinating piece of voyeuristic escapism for any viewers looking for an alternative to Corrie and […]
Based on the filmmaker’s collection of British newspaper cuttings, Everyday Something features interlocking private moments that give glimpses into everyday life.
“An absolute daisy cutter!” – Diana Barnato Walker
Eleven year old Karen meets king of the airwaves Tony Blackburn.
The filmmaker returns to the American girls’ camp of her childhood to relive old memories of togetherness in the wild.
A film about shop assistants and boredom.
Set in a fast food restaurant where twenty somethings talk about their troubles.
Using some of the devices of the genre of melodrama – the staircase, the father – as some kind of destiny, Girl deals with the need and impossibility of re-creating a time, a place, and a memory. Cross-cutting between the girl protagonist and her father, the film creates a sense of crisis and conflict. As […]