TV drama / Director Dionne Edwards / Channel 4 ‘On The Edge’ 1 episode
Feature / director Josh Loftin
LFD dances between the realms of documentary and fiction to create a poetic anthology of five city dwellers whose lives celebrate the small miracles of modern mundane life. Told through deeply personal journeys of redemption, self-realization and salvation, we shed a light on the capital’s forgotten heroes. Exploring the chaos that results from searching for one’s identity, our protagonist’s attempt to break free from the shackles imposed on them by an alienating city. They find themselves in moments of surreal and raw discomfort as they delve deep into life’s shadows. Will the city allow their metamorphosis to be played out on her streets? Or are our heroes doomed to fall further into feelings of isolation?
Joy In People
Short / Director Oscar Hudson
A man seeks happiness and belonging in the company of the largest crowds he can find, Ben heads to the 2016 Euros to find the Joy In People.
BFI London Film Festival 2017
International Film Festival Rotterdam - Audience Award Winner 2018
London Short Film Festival 2018
Short Waves Festival 2018
Short of The Year Award 2018 - Short of The Week Awards
We love moses
Short / Director Dionne Edwards
When Ella was 12, she had her first fight. And when she was 12, she discovered sex. Now 18, Ella reflects on how her obsession with her brother's best friend Moses left her with a secret she still carries.
BFI London Film Festival 2016
BFI Flare 2017
San Francisco Black Film Festival 2017 (Winner Best Foreign Short)
Encounters Short Film Festival 2017 (Winner Best of British)
NYC Shorts 2017 (Winner Best Drama)
London Critic’s Circle Award 2018 (Winner Best British Short)
Hamburg International Short Film Festival 2017
Dinard Festival of British Film (Winner Jury Prize)
sweep away hungry ghosts
Short / Random Acts / Directors Zhang & Knight
The wishful reverie of a young Asian man as he struggles to come to terms with his deceased father’s transvestitism. Imbued with themes of traditional Chinese filial piety, the film explores the shifting role of the parent and the uncomfortable space between sex and gender.