A collection of some of our recent short films, animations and feature films.
In "A.B...", a young girl embarks on a dangerous journey through a chaotic world, facing challenges and obstacles as she dreams of saving her friend and perhaps the world. Along the way, she learns valuable lessons about hope and perseverance amidst an imperfect world. The film highlights that sometimes the eyes through which we view the world can offer us hope and inspire us to overcome even the most daunting challenges.
Beth lives a simple rural life with her parents on their secluded family farm. One day, out of nowhere, Beth's fragile mother begins to hear a mysterious sound nobody else can hear. The Sound quickly becomes an overwhelming source of pain and frustration, driving Beth's mother to the brink. Desperate to alleviate her mother's pain and suffering, Beth becomes obsessed with finding and stopping the mystery of The Sound….
"The Sound" is a gripping and emotional story that delves into the complexities of a mother-daughter relationship and the lengths one will go to help the people one loves.
Roots of our Fathers
"Roots Of Our Fathers" is a documentary that explores the journeys of three Cypriot immigrants to the UK in the 1950s. Through heartfelt confessions, the film delves into their personal experiences of nostalgia and the unrelenting trauma of being separated from their homeland. As the documentary delves into their stories, viewers gain insight into the hardships faced by those who leave their homes and families behind in search of better opportunities abroad. The film captures the emotional toll of displacement and the complex feelings that arise when one's identity is tied to a place that is hard to return to. "Roots Of Our Fathers" is a poignant and powerful film that sheds light on the impact of migration and the long-lasting effects of being uprooted from one's home.
We are Monster
"We Are Monster" is a gripping drama film based on the true story of the racially-motivated murder of 19-year-old Asian inmate Zahid Mubarek by his cellmate, violent and racist prisoner Robert Stewart. Set in Feltham Young Offenders Institution in the UK, the film explores the events leading up to the murder and the institutional racism and negligence that enabled Stewart's violent behaviour. The film sheds light on the flaws in the criminal justice system and the urgent need for reform, highlighting the impact of institutional racism on marginalised communities and emphasising the need for justice and accountability.
A 7-year-old girl wakes up to find that her family has disappeared without a trace. Initially revelling in her newfound freedom, the girl soon begins to feel the weight of her isolation and the fear of the unknown. Finally, with no other options, she ventures outside in search of help, only to find that her family is not the only one to have vanished. As the day wears on, the girl's sense of vulnerability and fear intensifies, leading her back to her home, where she discovers the horrifying truth about her family's disappearance.
A Girls offers a haunting exploration of a child's resilience in the face of unimaginable adversity and the relentless pursuit of truth.
Mirrors of Our Reflection
"Mirrors Of Our Reflection" is a short art film that intimately portrays the mental health effects of the pandemic, especially on children. The film features a young girl in a small enclosed space filled with smoke and mirrors surrounded by a constant stream of news interviews. The sounds become a reflection of society's struggle and the impact on our most vulnerable populations. The film is a poignant exploration of the pandemic's impact on our collective psyche, particularly on our children, and the importance of empathy and understanding in times of crisis.