2020 - Mick Dow - United Kingdom
Once upon a time nowadays, a babywear designer turns vigilante.
Action / Adult Theme / Asian Narratives / BIPOC / British Culture / Comedy / Crime / Dark Comedy / Drama / Fantasy / Female Narratives / Female Protagonist / Horror / Indian Narratives / Live Action / Narrative Fiction / Satire / Short / Social Issues / Suspense / Thriller / Urban
2019 - Harvey Eaton - United Kingdom
A young woman tries to escape her oppressive marriage, but as her suffocating anxiety grows, she is unsure if she can escape the demon.
2019 - Alison Hargreaves - United Kingdom
A personal retelling of the welsh legend of King Arthur, from the imaginations of young boys growing up in South Wales today.
Adventure / British Culture / Children / Debut Film / Documentary / Experimental / Female Filmmaker / Live Action / Nature / Outdoor / Politics / Short / Social Issues / Youth
2020 - Azhur Saleem - United Kingdom
An artist turns to his android muse for help when he tries to sell his newest paintings.
A Girl Can Touch The Sky
2020 - Ravinol Chambers - India, United Kingdom, USA
On a life-changing journey across India, culture and progress collide as a former Krishna monk re-examines traditional gender roles
2019 - Shane Vermooten - South Africa
From a slum in South Africa to football pitches in Sweden, a team of underdogs play in the largest youth football tournament in the world.
Black Narratives / Children / Documentary / Family / Live Action / Short / Social Issues / Sport / Youth
2019 - Toby Frow - United Kingdom
When 'retired' housewife Maude wins a cruise for two, her hope of escape from her stale marriage is placed on Henry, her local shopkeeper.
Adult Theme / Age / BIPOC / British Culture / Dark Comedy / Debut Film / Drama / Female Narratives / Female Protagonist / Live Action / Narrative Fiction / Short / Social Issues / Urban
2019 - Tom Martin - United Kingdom
An exploration of the work and life of artist Nial Adams, encompassing loss, grief, legacy and embracing change.
Biopic / Documentary / Live Action / Mental Health / Short / Social Issues
2019 - Bruce H. Gill - United Kingdom
Some people do like their chips burnt!