‘Synthetic organs have become a necessity and commodity after a drug-resistant disease sweeps through the UK. When Vallis, trying to raise enough money to save his very sick young son, gets double-crossed delivering an unusual package, his only mission is to get it back, or his son will die, and so will he.’
RUN was accepted as part of the Short Film Catalog at the 2018 Festival De Cannes. It was screened in Los Angeles at the HollyShorts Film Festival 2018.
It stars Alex Lanipekun, Nathalie Emmanuel, Jonathan Pryce, Wunmi Mosaku, Aneurin Barnard, Sonya Cassidy and Nicholas Pinnock.
RUN OFFICIAL TRAILER 2018
Written and Directed by deaf Artist Louise Stern and produced by Genevieve Irons BOAT is a Film4 funded short film.
Shot on film it recently screened at Film 4.
'The focus of the film is on the relationship between the man, who owns the boat, and the girl,who is his lodger. Both see language with some trepidation for their separate reasons - the man because he cannot put words to his confused emotional state although he speaks and writes compulsively, and the girl because of her deafness.'
It stars Patrick O’Kane, Claire Wetherall, Ciara Horgan and Camilla Rutherford.
Written and Directed by Alice Seabright. Wrapped on location in London this summer and currently in Post Production.
‘A lifelong friendship is rekindled when Martha's elderly mother dies and Gloria decides to accompany Martha on a final trip aboard The Phoenix, the similarly ageing canal boat that Martha grew up on, to the boat yard where she plans to sell it.’
‘Lily, a young escort arrives at the hotel room of a new client, Charlie. To both their surprise, they happen to know each other already. Neither ever expected to see each other again after he abandoned her 10 years before. While he is the source of her misery, she is the answer to his redemption. This is the story of two lost souls looking for answers.’
LILY MEETS CHARLIE stars Tanya Reynolds and Barry Ward and is currently finishing up in Post Production.
'Never forget how to play make believe games. Or tie your friend to (disused) railway tracks in the name of fun. Or plant (cardboard) explosives on said tracks to steal lots and lots of money from a (2D) train. Or save the boy you love from certain (?) death. Always remember how (not) to rob a train.'
HOW (NOT) TO ROB A TRAIN was shot on location in Kent. It was long listed for the 2015 BAFTA awards for best short film & nominated for the RNC prize at This Is England Film Festival. It has played at the Interfilm Berlin Film Festival & also the London Short Film Festival.
It stars Bonnie Wright, Eve Hedderwick Turner, Matilda Sturbridge, Anna Maguire and Ziggy Heath.
Directed By Barnabas Wilhelm
Official video to the East & Young trackSTARTING AGAIN