Story

Glenn is about to experience the hardest piano lesson of his life; teach a Russian gangster’s daughter Für Elise by the end of the day, or have his hands broken.

Crew

  • Director: David Winstone
  • Producer: Gemma Priggen
  • Script Writer: Vincent Klueger
  • Director of Photography: Joseph Kelly Jones
  • Camera Assistant: Luke Lloyd
  • 1st Assitant Director: Hannah Dobson
  • Production Designer: Katie Clarke
  • Art Director: Anthony Zygacivius
  • Casting Director: Pavel Prokopic
  • Sound Recordist/Editor: Jamie Levitt
  • Script Supervisor: Louis Baxter
  • Editor: Patrick Shead-Simmonds
  • Location manager: Sam Burr
For Elsie
For Elsie

Cast

  • Glenn – Blake Ritson
  • Mila – Eline Pauwels
  • Kilov – Olegar Fedoro
  • Mama Kilov – Caroline Blakiston
  • Mickey – Tom Marshall

Awards and nominations

Winner: Gold Award, Foreign Film Category
39th Student Academy Awards 2012

Winner: Bronze Award
International Film and Video Festival of Beijing 2011

Winner: Audience Award
VGIK International Student Film Festival, Moscow, 2011

Nominated: Best Cinematography
Exposures Student Film Festival 2011

Winner: Best Fiction
Royal Television Society Awards

Honourable Mention
Next Reel Film Festival, Singapore

Winner: Student Production Undergraduate and Further Education Award (Sponsored by Avid)
Learning on Screen Awards 2012

UK Representative
One Country, One Film Festival, France, 2012

Official Selection
Sehsuechte Film Festival 2012

Nominated
Rushes Soho Shorts 2012

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Story

An intimate reflection on the Welsh community in London through four unique individuals of the culture.

Crew

  • Director: David Williams
  • Producer: Vincent Klueger
  • Director of Photography: Richard Perry
  • Sound Recordist/Editor: Jamie Levitt
  • Editor: Alex Hyne
showcase land of my fathers

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Story

Lovely, the monster, appears from under Andrew’s bed after 20 years. Lovely means good in trying to help Andrew, but things end badly when Andrew finally asks Lovely for a little bit of space.

Crew

  • Director: Jonni Remmler
  • Producer: Thomas Fludgate
  • 1st Assistant Director: Dillon Clare
  • 2nd Assistant Directro/Casting: Jonah Mayfield
  • Production Co-ordinator: Aisha Nasir
  • Editing: Linton Davies
  • Director of Photography: Jack Hardy
  • Camera Operator: Patrick Benson
  • Production Designer: Max McCabe
  • Art Director: Helen Dawson, Greg Hewitt
  • Script Supervisor: Alex Hyne
showcase my lovely monster
showcase my lovely monster

Cast

  • Andrew – Craig Longstaff
  • Otis – Ricky Nixon
  • Lovely – Michael Bagwell
  • Voice of Lovely - Neal Stewart
  • Dad – David Broughton-Davies
  • Beth – Ciara Bailey
  • Simon – Charlie Collins
  • Mum – Charlotte Mounter

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Story

The classrooms are mostly empty and no one is playing in the street. Charlie is alone in this desolate place, with no one for company except the old lady who lives next door.

Crew

  • Director: Tom Marshall
  • Producer: Jonny Burns
  • 1st Assistant Director: Dan Baker
  • Casting Director: Sam Whitehouse
  • Editing: Thom Clark
  • Director of Photography: James Neal
  • Camera Assistant: Richard Perry
  • Production Designer: Viviane S. Castillo
  • Art Director: Danielle Davison
  • Script Supervisor: Ben Deloughery
  • Location Manager: Sam Burr
  • Sound recordist: Suraj Shah
showcase red letter
showcase red letter

Cast

  • Mrs Witcam – Priscilla Gray
  • Charlie – Jack Morrisey
  • Joe – Ynyr Wyn Jones
  • Mrs Newton – Bethan Davies
  • Dad – Adam Lannon
  • Mum – Fayna Santana Penate

Awards and nominations

Winner: Best Horror/Thriller
Screentest National Student Film Awards 2012

Nominated: International Film
Up and Coming Festival, Hannover 2011

Nominated: Best Screenplay, Post Production & Drama
Exposures Student Film Festival 2011

Shortlisted: Best UK Graduate Fiction Award
Fresh Student Moving Image Festival, Wales

Nominated: Best Student Production (Undergraduate and Further Education)
Learning on Screen Awards 2012

Nominated: Best Fiction
Royal Television Society Awards 2012

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