Against the backdrop of simmering racial tensions within her rural English town, the life of eleven year old Hannah changes forever when she meets a boy from a mysterious and forbidden world.
Directed by Eva Riley and produced by Michelangelo Fano.
Nominee, Palm d'Or Short Film, Cannes Film Festival 2015
A seemingly conventional young woman's anxieties reveal themselves through her secretive evening work as a medical role player.
Starring Charlotte Spencer, directed by Eva Riley and produced by Emilie Jouffroy for BBC Films.
- BIFA Awards best short film long-listed 2017
- Official Selection, Palm Springs Short Film Festival, 2017
- Nominee Best UK Short Film, Raindance 2017
- Official Selection, Encounters 2017
Caitlin's paranoia is growing as she receives therapy to cope with the loss of her young son. A creeping memory leads her to a shocking truth.
Directed by Duncan Roe, for Disruptive Element Films.
Official Selection, Palm Springs Short Film Festival, 2017
Official Selection, Cleveland International Film Festival 2017
Official Selection,Nashville Film Festival 2017
70-year old Jean sets off for an evangelical mission trip to Cambodia, leaving behind 3 months worth of frozen meals for her husband in York. Directed by Anna Snowball, it was shortlisted for a Grierson Award.
A series of five original short monologues written by up and coming talent from across the UK.
Staring Charlotte Beaumont, James Floyd, Joivan Wade, directed by Toby Fell-Holden and Nour Wazzi and produced by Rachelle Constant for BBC Three.
Watch the series on iPlayer.
A short film based on the award-winning theatre production of the same name.
Staring Gugu Mbatha-Raw, directed by Jessica Swale and produced by Ryan Bennett.
Following a little boy's journey in the immediate aftermath of an earthquake in Kathmandu, Nepal, as he attempts visit his mum in hospital.
Directed by Fateme Ahmadi and Asmita Shrish, supervised by Naomi Kawase.
Official Selection, Busan International Film Festival 2015
Official Selection, Locarno Film Festival 2016
Competitive bodybuilding becomes 16-year old Chloe's outlet after becoming the victim of revenge porn for Icelandic Film Centre.
Directed by Eva Sigurdardottir and produced by Alexandra Blue.
Nominated for directing, writing and XX Award, Under Wire festival 2017
Official Selection, Reykjavík International Film Festival 2017
Series of short documentaries produced by Lorenzo D'Agostino, it was broadcast from CNN in January 2018. The focus of the series was to amplify the voices of the victims of modern-day slavery, highlight success stories and help unravel the tangle of criminal enterprises trading in human life.
To keep her job and home in London, a recently immigrated single mother has to hide her daughter from her boss and landlord.
Starring Ada Condeescu, directed by Fateme Ahmadi and produced by Emma Parsons for BFI Network and Film London.
Out of respect, the other main parties have decided not to contest the Batley and Spen by-election, but nine other candidates have put themselves forward. Broadcasted on Channel 4 News, it's directed by Grace Harper.
London squatting activists ANAL (Autonomous Nation of Anarchist Libertarians) are squatting empty multi-million pound buildings and opening them up to the homeless.
Traumatized by her daughter's death, a Ukrainian nurse attempts to take retribution, but is unprepared for the consequences.
Directed by Christina Tynkevych, for Toy Cinema Productions.
Official Selection, Odessa International Film Festival 2017
Official Selection, Brooklyn Film Festival 2017
For NOWNESS Directors Talk, I spoke to British filmmaker Ken Loach about the importance of editing for creating a cohesive vision. After a fifty-year career, Ken Loach's socio-political views effortlessly render into his decisions in the editing room. Ken talks about the editing process which is a crucial component of social realist filmmaking.
A drama documentary about the life of Deaf poet, playwright and activist, Dorothy Miles.
Dot is about the life of Dorothy “Dot” Miles, who died 25 years ago. It tells how she was born hearing but later became deaf through meningitis, and was very passionate about sign languages, poetry, English, theatre and music. Dot was also bipolar and struggled with her mental health, as explained by two of her Deaf friends and her hearing niece, who also talk about her final few hours and death. This is the first time that any of her family members have talked about this openly and publicly.
Produced by Cathy Heffernan and directed by Bim Ajadi; a Blue Marlin Television production for BSLBT, it was broadcast from Sky and Film4 in February 2018.
For FANDOR video series, I interviewed Jonathan Morris, the film editor who has edited all Ken's work for the past thirty-seven years. He gives a unique insight about the invisible art of crafting British social-realist films in his cutting room.
Entangled bodies of ambiguous gender engage in combative exploration of each other's boundaries. The work aims to challenge preconceived notions of femininity, power, strength and heroic eroticism.
A short film funded by Northern Ireland Screen, directed by Stacey Gregg and produced by Brian J. Falconer and Chris Myers of Out of Orbit.
A conscientious English teacher receives a story from a student depicting her violent death.
Starring Rosalie Craig, directed by Drew Paut and produced by Katie Hodgki for Creative England.
London, 1968. In the morning, Lois is going on tour with Danny. A groupie's dream, but as the departure looms, cracks begin to appear in the relationship.
Starring Daisy Waterstone, with music by Hal Lindes of the Dire Straits, directed by Margarita Milne for Cassette Films.
A short animated documentary about women dress codes in Iran, directed by Fateme Ahmadi.
A music video for Coasts, directed by Duncan Roe and produced by Alex Orr, Cameron Boling & Nathan Killham for Warner Music UK.
A music video for Doc Brown, Directed by Shawn Butcher and produced by Reblis Films.
A view to the relationship of a falconer and his young assistant Zac who is trying to master the ancient trade of falconry. Birds are not only Zac's passion, they are his life. Directed and Produced by Sakari Suuronen, it was screened at BAFTA as part of rising stars of tomorrow.
On January 20, Bahrain sentenced its most prominent human rights activist to six months in jail — for a tweet. Nabeel Rajab, president of the Bahrain Center for Human Rights, was convicted of insulting the Bahraini government under Article 216 of the country’s strict penal code.
We journey into the word of the Archbishop of Broadwater Farm to learn about death, life and the Ghanaian way as we discover this unusual man's life story and how he came to be here today in the UK. Directed by Ben Twiston-Davis.
Four young men, from Glasgow’s Southside immigrant communities, yearn for life and love, amidst the pressures, chaos and dangers in a community unsettled by change.
Directed by Lalitha Rajan with the support of Creative Scotland.
Trailer for Punchdrunk UK's latest production called Kabeiroi edited at Black Sheep Studios.
Music video for The Heathen and The Holy, directed by Dan Montanarini and produced by Jacob Thomas.
Two teenagers start their day on opposite sides of the barricades during a far right demonstration, but finish the day together.
Directed by Seemab Gul for Arts Council England.
Official Selection, London Short Film Festival 2016.
Three estranged siblings are reunited in their family home after the death of their father.
Starring Justin Salinger, directed by Roberto Oliveri and produced by Ali Mansuri.
Trailer for Punchdrunk UK's latest production called Sleep No More, edited at Black Sheep Studios.
It is the biggest container port in Britain, but how much do the local residents know or care about the hundreds of goods shipped in and out everyday? While the port carries on working day and night, the ageing locals spend their time on slot machines and speculate about what the ships might be carrying. Directed by Eleanor Mortimer.
While supporting Drake on the Boy Meets World Tour, Young Thug opened a pop-up store named “Slime-Land” in Camden Market. Noisey went to meet the superfans who waited for hours in the hope of buying merch and just maybe, meeting the man himself.
unchies visit Mangal 2 in East London. The Dalston kebab shop is as famous for its outspoken Twitter account and celebrity customers (Gilbert and George are regulars) as its authentic Turkish-style, flame-grilled meats.
As a lover of the sandwich and curious chef, sandwich shop owner Max Halley is travelling Britain to find inspiration for a new sarnie to put on his menu. In the first episode of The Sandwich Show, he visits New Malden, home to London's largest Korean expat community and a place where Max hopes he can finally learn how to make kimchi.
A short video for The Royal Foundation, produced by and edited at Black Sheep Studios.