Your UK or Mine?
This selection of shorts shows how varied and impressive new British filmmaking is, through stories of community, love and personal acceptance.
Short films programmed by Nellie Alston, Philip Ilson, Aduke King and Elaine Wong.
A witty and energetic snapshot of an odd day at a black hairdressers.
Imprisoned in child detention, Jacob finds himself alone desperate to reach the outside world. Help from an unlikely source gives his predicament an even weirder twist.
In a tense late-night journey, Jordan encounters a drug-dealer in a dangerous den populated by a gang of men and stifling with toxic masculinity.
Shona’s boyfriend hasn’t come home. She fears the worst, so ventures out into the sodium-orange glow of London’s streets at night to find him.
Stereotypes are overturned in this story of physical disability, where a group of friends on a council estate find a way to assert their independence using the gifts others see as flaws.
In this beautiful drama, a couple battle for a future where they can find a home and freedom that is not determined by where they’re from.