Who Killed Brown Owl
It is a sunny afternoon; elegiac classical music fades up on the soundtrack, as a camera begins to gently move along a riverbank gradually revealing an elaborate tableau. But then the perfect English arcadia gives way to varying kinds of misfortune, disruption and violence. Winner of the Best British Short Film Award at the Edinburgh International Film festival in 2004.
Single tracking shot filmed on Dublin's famous Moore Street; we follow the thoughts of a young African woman in Ireland as she considers her future and her unfolding sense of identity as she walks along the city street at night.
A technically astonishing circular shot depicts how a special fund-raising event to buy books for a library descends into chaos and mayhem.
An intimate exploration of the ebb and flow of life involving five residents from Tyneside. During the time that cinematographers call ‘the magic hour’ a group of friends listen to a revelation.
A local town hall on a suspiciously hectic open day. The camera takes a restless, sweeping point of view on what issues clearly matter to the assembled local residents.
Now We Are Grown Up
Carefully positioned in a circle, young people participate in a strangely unorthodox therapy session confiding their fears and hopes in the face of their futures.
We follow a young man through the rooms and down the corridors of the leisure centre where he works as he struggles to come to terms with his new role as a father.