A showcase for filmmakers aged 16 to 25 from Brighton and Sussex
Destructors – Otis Tree (14m 26s)
Destructors is a story of decay. Inspired by Graham Greene’s short, this is a modern interpretation following a group of friends growing up on the south coast of England.
Embedded – Harry Thompson (6m 57s)
After the death of his wife, a man battles his inner demons as he struggles to distinguish between reality and delusion.
Life in Brighton: An Artist’s Perspective – Bill Mitman (5m 37s)
Documentary exploring the effect of rising gentrification on artists and creatives working in Brighton & Hove, as their workplaces and studios are converted or demolished to make way for new housing.
My Life, My Voice – Cassie Carey (11m 15s)
A short documentary following two freelance actresses, determined to make it online in the growing voiceover industry.
Nelly – Artie Johnston (5m 11s)
Neil Elliot (Nelly) has devoted his life to the highland games, in particular caber tossing, a sport that has been around for centuries. This film is a self reflection of his career and his relationship with the sport.
One Piece of the Puzzle – René Lorraine (10m 40s)
One Piece of the Puzzle merges observational documentary, interviews and archive footage to provide audiences with a rounded view of protagonist Malaika and his experience growing up with autism.
Time and Tide – Caleb Yule (11m 45s)
Steve and Keith are the last two seacoalers working today, and despite the government phasing out coal in under two years’ time, they remain proud of their craft and the life it has given them.
Supported by Screen and Film School, Brighton