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Animation exploring post-traumatic stress disorder through the perspective of a WWII soldier.
Drama 2014 6 mins
Animation exploring post-traumatic stress disorder through the perspective of a WWII soldier. The burden of a locket becomes an indicator of the many things that can trigger PTSD.
The Locket was shot in one day by a crew of only three people. Selected for Future Film Festival 7 (2014).
BFI Future Film Festival
Romance 2012 88 mins
A German exchange student begins an impulsive and ultimately destructive relationship with a shy British boy in her final weeks before returning to Munich and her warring family.
A Film about Poo
Animation & Artists Moving Image 2009 2 mins
This is a film about poo, and the things that you should and shouldn't do.
Animation & Artists Moving Image 2012 4 mins
Gothic-tinged animation, presenting the final day of a fox, who is being sentenced to death for murdering his rabbit lover.
Animation & Artists Moving Image 2015 9 mins
An experimental documentary, texturally portraying the experience of a 92-year-old woman as she struggles with short-term memory loss.
Documentary 2014 5 mins
A docu-drama based on the symptoms of Musical Ear Syndrome & Phantom Sounds, developed as a result of rapid hearing loss.
Non-Fiction 1898 1 mins Silent
The Victorian great and good mark the passing of a political titan
Parade of Troops with Band and Crowds Following
Non-Fiction 1900 2 mins Silent
For Britons during the Boer War, a welcome opportunity to support the troops - and march alongside them
Workers Leaving Work at Vickers
Non-Fiction 1900 1 mins Location: Barrow-In-Furness
Factory gate glimpses at - we think - Barrow-in-Furness
Non-Fiction 1898 1 mins Silent Location: Worthing
Worthing waves at us in this mesmerising early film
The Biter Bit
Comedy 1898 1 mins Silent
Film's first joke? A fresh take on an old prank.
Opening of the Kiel Canal
Non-Fiction 1895 0 mins Silent
This was one of a series of actuality films made by the Victorian pioneer Birt Acres during 1895. The film is thought to have been shot on June 20, on the occasion of the opening of the Kiel Canal by the German Kaiser Wilhelm II. Acres shot other films at the same time, but they have not survived.