Lucy Bridger

Mothering · Trailer

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Lucy Bridger

Mothering · Trailer

We’re excited to share both the trailer and the news that Lucy Bridger’s self-written short film ‘Mothering’ will have it’s UK premiere at the Encounters Festival in September. Encounters is seen as the UK’s leading short film festival. It is renowned for discovering, supporting and developing new talents in filmmaking, and is also BAFTA and Oscar qualifying.

The film tells the story of a young girl, Mia, arriving at her new foster home. When her period arrives in the early hours, help comes in the form of her foster parent’s elderly mother, Pauline.

Stay tuned for updates on when and where to see it next…

JJ Keith

A Thousand Words · Hamburg Film Fest

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JJ Keith

A Thousand Words · Hamburg Film Fest

A picture speaks a thousand words – so said someone once – but in this case 12 pictures speak 137 words – I know I counted them – every single one -that’s an average of 11.63333333 words a picture, proving that the old adage is inaccurate, lazy and a little bit boastful.

Dubious statistics aside, JJ Keith’s powerful imagery and self -penned words to promote the 2018 Hamburg Film Festival Trailer are by turn funny, emotive, thought-provoking and controversial – as any self-respecting Film Festival ought to be, with Mark Strong’s thoughtful VO read lending a suitably A List range and gravitas to the offering.

Stuart Douglas

The Bangalore Bat Doctor · Shell

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Stuart Douglas

The Bangalore Bat Doctor · Shell

This film is nothing to do with injured pipistrelles, unless I missed something. It’s Stuart’s latest film for Shell Lubricants’ Power of Partnerships series, featuring the charismatic Ram Bhandari and his musings on all things cricket and what the sport means to him and to India (everything, by the way).

Ram works twelve hours a day, seven days a week out of a tiny lockup in Bangalore, and every major Indian, and a quite a few Aussie, cricketers come to him to modify or fix their bats.

Shot in a beautifully loose but intimate style, Stuart’s film evokes the soulful chaotic atmosphere of Bangalore and Ram’s world of cricket.

Nivea by Tobias Perse

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4 July 2018

“I really like you, as a friend” – is there a more seemingly gentle but absolutely crushing line?  Well, yes there is, and watch these two wonderful little films from Nice Shirt director Tobias Perse and find out what they are.

These films for Nivea amply display Tobias’s ability to take a straight forward script and take it to the next level, mixing engaging, funny performances with a heightened and deliciously surreal take on things.

 

Xiaomi by Stuart Douglas

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4 July 2018

Stuart Douglas’s latest for mobile phone giant Xiaomi, publicising the impressive AI assisted camera capabilities of the Mi 6X, features Chinese superstar , actor & rapper Kris Wu.

Featuring some truly spectacular vistas of Los Angeles and some philosophical musings on a subject of long close to Stuart’s heart: the nature of photography.

Borkur

Vultures · Trailer

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Borkur

Vultures · Trailer

“Mothering” by Lucy Bridger

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18 June 2018

Ridiculously excited and proud to share an image from Lucy‘s recently finished short film ‘Mothering’…

Mothering tells the story of a young girl Mia, arriving at her new foster home. When her first period arrives in the early hours, help comes in the form of her foster parent’s elderly mother, Pauline.

It’s hitting the festival circuit – so watch this space for information or where and how to see it soon.

Written & Directed by Lucy Bridger
Produced by Alisa Tapping
Cinematography by Nick Morris
Editor: Jack Williams

Jesper Ericstam

Joan & Carol · Cheerios

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Jesper Ericstam

Joan & Carol · Cheerios

Where would we be without that friend, the one that is there when you need them, wherever and whenever?

Jesper’s latest film for Cheerios follows Joan and Carol, two neighbours who’s friendship flourishes over several decades of fun and adversity – through crises including leaky roofs, house fires, a bat infestation (surely a homage to Catch him Derry), and other neighbours dodgy dance moves.

The glue that binds this relationship is bowl after bowl of sweetened cereal hoops – which as part of a healthy diet can afford one sufficient longevity for these kinds friendships to mature, like fine wine.

Somehow, in Jesper’s masterful hands, this schtick seems quite credible and entertaining.

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