When All Is Ruin Once Again
2018 - Keith Walsh - Ireland
A rural community commit their lives to memory as a new motorway ploughs onwards through their landscape, a glaring symbol of our modern age.
2018 - Francesco Puppini - United Kingdom
Virginia, a psychic medium living in a petrol station, doesn’t want her son to leave home while an old tragic memory of a fire haunts her.
Age / Arthouse / Drama / Female Narratives / Female Protagonist / Live Action / Mystery / Narrative Fiction / Student
The Egg And The Thieving Pie
2018 - Lola Blanche Higgins - United Kingdom
A stolen egg culminates in an investigation helmed by a hesitant Community Police Officer, who interviews the highly unusual residents to find the thief.
The Only Thing That Exists Is The Dot
2018 - Philip Clyde-Smith - United Kingdom
A man's journey from despair to enlightenment through a chance encounter with a peculiar mystical being.
Arthouse / Environmental / Experimental / Narrative Fiction / Nature / Sci-Fi / Short Film / Supernatural
2017 - Natacha Horn - United Kingdom
Abuse is all around us, where do you fit in? Swing as an abstract, stylised dark comedy about abuse.
2018 - Gwendolyn Nieuwenhuize - Netherlands
Angel locks herself up in an apartment where we witness her struggle with life, her memories, fears and escape route into the surreal.
1923 aka Heaven
2010 - Max Hattler - United Kingdom
1923 aka Heaven is one of two animation loops directed by Max Hattler, inspired by the work of French outsider artist Augustin Lesage (1876-1954).
Absurd / Animation / Arthouse / Experimental / No Dialogue / Short Film
2017 - Garo Berberian - United Kingdom
8pm April 24th 1915, under cover of the darkness of war, mass arrests are taking place across Constantinople, poet Taniel Varoujan - home broken, poetry scattered, name checked and ticked on ordered list – never to be seen again.
2017 - Emma Miranda Moore - United Kingdom
Dance until you know who you are.
Age / Arthouse / British Culture / Children / Dance / Drama / Experimental / Female Filmmaker / Narrative Fiction / Outdoor / Short Film / Youth
2016 - Sarah Cockings & Harriet Fleuriot - United Kingdom
Objects and devices become bodily and manipulative. The magician is a composed cartoon machine repeating tricks and equations. When products become prosthetics does the accessory take some emotional control?