Alzheimer's and Ice Cream
2018 - Rafe Pugh - South Africa, United Kingdom
The film explores the juxtaposing realms of reality and imagination, provoking the question of what could happen if an Alzheimer's/ Dementia 'host' had full control of their surroundings.
Age / Debut Film / Disability / Family / Fantasy / Live Action / Medical / Narrative Fiction / Romance / Short Film
2018 - Annabel Vine - United Kingdom
A dyslexic boy struggling with his confidence inadvertently teaches a lonely bully that it is not soppy to love your Grandad and like spending time with him.
Age / Children / Disability / Family / Female Filmmaker / Live Action / Narrative Fiction / Short Film
I Am Able
2018 - Morgane Bigault & Ed Thomas - United Kingdom
During a time trial race, pro cyclist Ben Pritchard injured himself severely and lost the use of his legs. Can he still pursue his dream of becoming a professional athlete?
Debut / Disability / Documentary / Female Filmmaker / Short Film / Sport
Take Me To The Waves
2018 - Oliver Coward - United Kingdom
When cerebral palsy suffer, Clementine, discovers her carer, Simon, has romantic feelings for her, she can see her hopes of a normal life. But her family aren't so sure she is ready and capable of the decision before her.
2018 - Karen Anstee - United Kingdom
After a day that just can't get any worse, a lonely traffic-warden finds love and an unexpected friend at the supermarket checkout.
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.
Trying To Find Me
2018 - Dominique Tipper - United Kingdom
A woman dissects and shares her inner self in an attempt to navigate her way through depression and the ups and downs of life.
2015 - Laith Sami - United Kingdom
Vanessa, a passionate would-be dancer, is blind. She meets Danielle who struggles to translate her love of dance into movement.
Dance / Disability / Drama / Female Protagonist / Short Film
2017 - Kate Baxter & Elizabeth Dixon - United Kingdom
Helen Keller, an avid civil rights activist known for being deaf and blind, faces prejudice from the public, her family, and even herself.