Find Me Here
Local community lies at the heart of this programme. From a late-night Ugandan town, New Orleans hair salon and musically-oriented Brazilian delivery culture to the bricks and mortar of British housing and the cruel nature of unbridled capitalism, we witness everyday lives.
Short films programmed by Nellie Alston, Philip Ilson, Aduke King and Elaine Wong.
On the night before Christmas… A glimpse into the real lives of warehouse workers on the desolate streets of Austin, Texas, in this dual-screen documentary.
Late at night in the Ugandan town of Masaka, grasshoppers descend, alien-like, into the community, in this lyrical and visually stunning documentary.
A film production manager carries out a Thai superstition, where a virgin can ward off rain by planting lemongrass. A fascinating peek into a dream-like world.
In a New Orleans’ natural hair salon where self-care and communal reflection intertwine, Anastasia Ebel hosts dynamic and enjoyable discussions. A stylish window into the heart of the bayou.
Where there’s money to be made by property developers, there are often lives to be overturned. A subject-lead documentary about displacement that touches on community, identity and value.
Animation & Artists Moving Image20216 mins
Meeting new people can be awkward, so mutual understanding of the situation goes a long way. This beautiful animation delicately shows the very real social poetry in app-facilitated hook-ups.
An all-singing, all-dancing musical fantasy set in the busy urban world of Brazil’s takeaway food delivery bike community.