2018 - Guy Ducker - United Kingdom
A sleepy London park. Glimpses of three lives. Wordless stories of emotional turmoil.
2018 - Tim Keeling
When a family encounter two radically unusual puddles on a woodland retreat, unspoken tensions finally surface. A wonderfully bizarre and unnerving psychological horror from Tim Keeling.
Dark Comedy / Drama / Fantasy / Horror / Live Action / Mystery / Narrative Fiction / No Dialogue / Short Film / Supernatural
2018 - Gwendolyn Nieuwenhuize
Angel locks herself up in an apartment where we witness her struggle with life, her memories, fears and escape route into the surreal.
A Modest Defeat
2018 - David Barr
Big brother Tommy never plays fair, but eight-year-old Tiny has an elaborate plan up her sleeve and a faultless determination to put things right.
Children / Comedy / Drama / Fantasy / Female Narratives / Narrative Fiction / No Dialogue / Short Film / Youth
2017 - Michael Rouse & Will Kenning
Geoff has Gephyrophobia - a fear of bridges. To avoid his anxiety, he’s constructed an ingenious (and sometimes ridiculous) daily routine, but when the woman he loves offers an opportunity to change, Geoff must confront his fear, or lose everything.
Comedy / Drama / Narrative Fiction / No Dialogue / Romance / Short Film
1923 aka Heaven
2010 - Max Hattler
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
2016 - Gareth Brierley
Broken, ill and dejected, four old men try to save their dying cabaret act and relive their glory years with disastrous results.
Age / Black Narratives / Comedy / Narrative Fiction / No Dialogue / Short Film / Slapstick
2016 - Dan Gage
SOULS is a melancholy, but hopeful non-dialogue short about loss; extending the hand of friendship and the life-affirming power of human connection.
Drama / LGBTQ / Live Action / Mental Health / Narrative Fiction / No Dialogue / Short Film / Suicide
2016 - Sarah Cockings & Harriet Fleuriot
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?