Winners 2020 October Edition
Directed by Nikita Hattangady
Two young professionals having an awful morning suddenly meet at a cafe in London. A day that starts out terrible doesn't have to end that way. FALAFEL plays like a mini-feature, with action, music, romance, moments of humor, and a touch of Bollywood.
Directed by Susant Misra
"Josef - Born in Grace" is an adaptation of a short story "Joseph" written by Umakanta Mahapatra and is set in the foothills of the Himalayas between 1960 and 1980 in India.
Last Call for Tomorrow
Directed by Gary Null & Valerie Van Cleve
Last Call for Tomorrow, reflects on the crisis' facing all life on Earth.
I AM FRIDA KAHLON
Directed by Raquel Arraes & Antonia Economides
Experimental film inspired by Frida Kahlo and the celebration of women.
Directed by Daniel John Peters
A film about holding on to youth
TRACES OF SUBURBIA
Directed by Bautista Botto Barilli, Sofiya Svenyatskaya
A 'mockumentary' following the life of Mercy post-alcoholism. Her beautiful suburban family begins to crack with tensions oozing out, as their reality blurs to offer a more introspective recording.
Best student DOCUMENTARY
Directed by Amy Clegg
A truly formidable northern voice that inspires humour and shocking revelations throughout, Josie challenges the negative perceptions surrounding large, working class families and presents the reality of her actual lived experience as mother to 13 children.
FACE TO FACE
Directed by Valerie Knill
Who are you without your past? The man without memory is looking for himself. He finds a woman in love, a child and a dead man.
HEART OF THE NATION
Directed by Tribambuka (Anastasia Beltyukova)
A short animation celebrating the role of migrants in the NHS, for the exhibition in Migration Museum, London
I Wash My Hands In Innocence
Directed by Daniel J. Hickson
Nick expresses his nerves in a call to his mother on his way to a meeting with Xander. His mother is busy and they agree to catch up after.
Directed by Nickile Gray, Sanujan Ratnasingam
This film is based on the decision most young people will have to make at some point. The choice of which road to take in life, the legitimate lifestyle or the non legitimate lifestyle. This film focuses on the reality that the bame youth face everyday in low income areas, this film shows how factors such as peer pressure and idolising the wrong people can help sway the decision of a young person. We hope you enjoy the film and take away a few lessons that we have implanted in there, if you are a young person watching please take this in.
Living In The Crime Alley
Directed by Rob Ayling
A single father struggles to bring up his child, a huge fan of the dark knight, in downtown Gotham, known to citizens as Crime Alley.