The Devil in the Room
Directed by Carla MacKinnon
Have you ever woken in the night, unable to move, certain that you are not alone? This is a film about what is real, what is not and if it even matters.
Ping Pong Paranoia
Directed by Alban Low
Ping Pong Paranoia explores the ever increasing anxiety and feeling of claustrophobia felt by the paranoid patient ‘Sandra’ as she voices her concerns about being stuck on a Mental Health Ward.
The Elephant’s Garden
Directed by Felix Colgrave
A collection of moments from a psychedelic wilderness, each exploring the role of death in a thriving ecosystem.
Fear & Delight
Directed by Naren Wilks
A music video for ‘Fear & Delight’ by The Correspondents, using a composited camera (multiple cameras acting as one) to describe a space in which synchronised multiples exist in a rotationally symmetric, kaleidoscopic dimension.
Directed by Sophie Gate
We are all born as wet as a banana. 75% water. By the time we reach adulthood, that amount decreases to 54%. Aging is death by evaporation, thinks Gus. Gus is seeking solitude on a deserted beach, when he is interrupted by Tiny Eyes at dusk, on the eve of his 25th birthday.
Directed by Alan Holly
A lost soul stumbles drunken through the city. In a park, Death finds him and shows him many things.
Small People with Hats
Directed by Sarina Nihei
There are small people wearing hats in the society.
The Boy and His Monster
Directed by Dann Parry
A boy finds himself awoken late at night to the invitation of tea but a figure is watching over him and he’s not all that he seems.
Living With Jigsaw
Directed by Chris Capel
He really needs to get his own place.
5 métres 80
Directed by Nicolas Deveaux
A herd of giraffes embarks on a sequence of high-flying acrobatic dives!
Our Name is Michael Morgan
Directed by Maurice Caldera
Does Michael Morgan have a doppelganger or are we all turning into the same person?
Directed by Florence Kennard
A magical window into a collection of miniature wooden carved animals, made by a village toy maker named Frank Whittington (1876 -‐ 1973), who lived in Brockenhurst, Hampshire. The story is told through local people who believe in the charm of his toys.
Directed by Andrew Brand
Two excitable fox clubs find a new way to keep fit.
The Boy with a Camera for a Face
Directed by Spencer Brown
The Boy with a Camera for a Face is a satirical fairy tale about a boy born with a camera instead of a head. We follow him from his birth through to adulthood, and experience his inability to live a normal life, as every moment of his existence is transformed by the fact that he is recording it.
But Milk is Important
Directed by Eirik Grønmo Bjørnsen & Anna Mantzaris
A man with social phobia gets followed by a naive and clumsy creature.
Directed by Ed Chappell
Every day, Geoff heads to the beach. He spends three hours, sometimes in unbearable heat, crafting a design in the sand. At the end of the day, the water merely resets the canvas for another day. He’s only been crafting for a year, yet daily practise has perfected his art.
The Ultimate Guide to the Oatcake
Directed by George Smith
The Ultimate Guide to the Oatcake is the story of Staffordshire’s favourite foods, the oatcake. Terry of TJ’s Oatcake shop guides us through his experience with oatcakes and how his family keeps the tradition warm and alive.
Directed by Charlotte Goessens
A short mock advert for a fictional game called ‘Gender Twister’, in which men are made into women and women are made into men. Do you dare to play it?
Directed by Moritz Riewoldt
A retired police officer discovers a disfigured body in the woods while searching for truffles with his truffle pig.
A Comprehensive Survey of Historical Plaques in Shoreditch, East London
Directed by Jack Wormell
This short video is recommended for any person or persons looking for an introduction to the various historical plaques commemorating figures and events of import in the inner city district of Shoreditch.
The Dewberry Empire
Directed by Christian Schlaeffer
An eight year-old girl and six year-old boy amble through a strange and still summer afternoon in a world which seems to exist only for them.
Musicbx / Moody Good ft. Eryn Allen Kan
Directed by Max McCabe
Max McCabe from COMPULSORY directed this music video that details the highs and lows of one man’s addiction, but this poor soul’s drink problem is not the demon booze.
Directed by Christine Hooper
Four in the morning, crapped out, yawning.
North London Book of the Dead
Directed by Jake Lushington
A comic story of loss and acceptance, coupled with a surreal vision of the afterlife, based on a Will Self short story.
Directed by Chris Lee & Paul Storrie
A lone boy wanders the open landscape of a suburban park. Dressed as his favourite video game hero, he daydreams for adventure but the reality of his uneventful world disappoints him. He follows a strangely familiar man to an old house where he stumbles upon a peculiar truth to his lonely existence.
We’ll Meet Again
Directed by Ivana Anastasovska
Fran was left traumatised after the death of her husband in the second world war. More than fifty years later, it is time for her grandson to join the army. On the night before his departure, Fran’s vision of reality and her dreams start to become a blur.