Winner of the award for Best Short Film at this year's London Film Festival, Charlie Shackleton's short doc tells the story of sixteen men put on trial for sadomasochism in the dying days of Thatcher's Britain. ⟶ The Guardian
Adapted from the YA novel Birdy by Jess Vallance, the film tells the story of an intense friendship between two teenage girls on the English south coast. Catherine Bray's script is in development with the BFI. ⟶ The Bookseller
Written and performed by the poet Ross Sutherland, this 'bravura feat of choreography and music, staggeringly complex and almost unaccountably beautiful' (Village Voice) was commissioned by BBC Two. ⟶ Vimeo
Winner of Best Short at the BIFA and Grierson Awards, this 'miracle of tender-hearted mirth' (National Post) played at festivals including Sundance and Rotterdam, and won the Audience Award at AFI Docs 2017. ⟶ The Guardian
Currently in post-production, Anthony Ing's debut narrative short explores the power of suggestion through the story of a group of people coaxed into a spiral of deception. A co-production with Compulsory.
Premiering in competition at IDFA 2017, Charlie Shackleton's 'miraculous examination of how 'fake news' and conspiracy theories emerge' (Stranger than Fiction) was exec produced by Charlotte Cook & Laura Poitras. ⟶ Field of Vision
Day After Day
Anthony Ing's 'masterful recut' (Conor Bateman) trawls the archives to examine the clichés and contradictions of a cinematic icon. The film received its world premiere at the 2016 Encounters Film Festival. ⟶ Nowness