Dreams, memories and reveries - the collected works of one of Britain's most distinctive filmmakers.
Over two connected collections compiling her Free shorts and Rental features, we present a résumé of Morley's films to date, from her earliest shorts for Central St. Martins to acclaimed features such as The Falling.
In totality, several key themes emerge - absence, autobiography and how we confront the past, as well as the female experience in general. This comprehensive view of her oeuvre brings such riches to the fore and reaffirms Morley's significance to 21st-century British cinema.
The Madness of the Dance
From biting nuns to twitching schoolgirls, a professor (Maxine Peake) takes us on a musical journey through mass hysteria.
The Fear of Trilogy
Maxine Peake stars in a short film about three fears - birds, falling, sleepwalking - shot and edited by Carol Morley on a mobile phone, in a single day.
Based on the filmmaker’s collection of British newspaper cuttings, Everyday Something features interlocking private moments that give glimpses into everyday life.
Celebrating the achievements and passion of the women who were ferry pilots during World War II. They transported all types of aircraft, often in hazardous conditions, for Britain’s Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA).