TYU’s Company
Producer: Johan Flybring Writer/Director: Reema Sengupta Art Director/1st Assistant Director: Briarley Van Zyl

 Tyu’s Company is an alternative science fiction short film. In dystopian London of the future, where citizens of ‘The Glorious State’ live isolated existences, the online world is the only world known to humanity. A sudden and unprecedented system suspension propels one woman, Tyu, into a strange relationship.

TYU’s Company

Producer: Johan Flybring
Writer/Director: Reema Sengupta
Art Director/1st Assistant Director: Briarley Van Zyl


Tyu’s Company is an alternative science fiction short film. In
dystopian London of the future, where citizens of ‘The Glorious State’
live isolated existences, the online world is the only world known to
humanity. A sudden and unprecedented system suspension propels one
woman, Tyu, into a strange relationship.

Curtain Call Maresa Harvey 
STATEMENT FROM NICOLAS KENT (Artistic Director of Tricycle)  - March 2012“The Art’s Council’s funding to the Tricycle theatre this year will decrease by £35,000, compared to what was received in 2010 – 2011. Such funding cuts by the ACE are made all the more difficult by the fact that local authority funding has also been lost as a result of government spending cuts.- Nicolas Kent"Although almost all arts institutions have received some reduction to their grants; it will have a more profound effect on the smaller, regional theatres, which have been disproportionately cut compared to larger national institutions. Such larger establishments are not as significantly affected, as a much smaller proportion of their budget is reliant upon funding from local authorities. A further issue is that such institutions are in a better position to be able to fundraise commercial, business and private philanthropic funds compared to smaller arts companies because sponsors are more likely to want to be associated with a more high- profile established institution. Inevitably this diminution in subsidy will lead to fewer risks being taken, less adventurous work and fewer opportunities for new and exciting talent. In the end the arts in Britain will be the loser both creatively and financially.” 
Supported by: 


Edward Hall (Artistic Director of Hampstead Theatre)

Kristine Landon-Smith (Artistic Director of Tamasha) 

Steve Marmion (Artistic Director of Soho Theatre)

Max Stafford-Clark (Artistic Director of Out of Joint)

Polly Teale (Artistic Director of Shared Experience) 

Sam Walters (Artistic Director of Orange Tree Theatre) 





More info: www.maresaharvey.com
Curtain Call 

Maresa Harvey 

STATEMENT FROM NICOLAS KENT (Artistic Director of Tricycle)

- March 2012

“The Art’s Council’s funding to the Tricycle theatre this year will decrease by £35,000, compared to what was received in 2010 – 2011. Such funding cuts by the ACE are made all the more difficult by the fact that local authority funding has also been lost as a result of government spending cuts.

- Nicolas Kent

"Although almost all arts institutions have received some reduction to their grants; it will have a more profound effect on the smaller, regional theatres, which have been disproportionately cut compared to larger national institutions. Such larger establishments are not as significantly affected, as a much smaller proportion of their budget is reliant upon funding from local authorities. 

A further issue is that such institutions are in a better position to be able to fundraise commercial, business and private philanthropic funds compared to smaller arts companies because sponsors are more likely to want to be associated with a more high- profile established institution. 

Inevitably this diminution in subsidy will lead to fewer risks being taken, less adventurous work and fewer opportunities for new and exciting talent. In the end the arts in Britain will be the loser both creatively and financially.”

Supported by: 



Edward Hall (Artistic Director of Hampstead Theatre)
Kristine Landon-Smith (Artistic Director of Tamasha) 
Steve Marmion (Artistic Director of Soho Theatre)
Max Stafford-Clark (Artistic Director of Out of Joint)
Polly Teale (Artistic Director of Shared Experience) 
Sam Walters (Artistic Director of Orange Tree Theatre) 






Tim Porter’s Juggling
Crew:
Written, Directed & Co-Edited by: Tim Porter Producer: Anda Vlasaku Executive Producer: Tim Porter Director of Photography: Richard Jephcote & Dean Evans Assistant Director: Milad Latoof Lighting Operators: Sarah Peace & Richard Jephcote Sound Recordists: Anne Moses & Amey Tamhane Music by: Substeppers, Volor Flex and Breakystarmc Runners: John Mooney & Shay Dawkins
Cast: Tim Porter Lindsey Clark Cyrus Trafford Quben Link Yvonne Riley

Andrew Watson, a 23 year old businessman is carrying an overbearing guilt that is eating away at his very existence. Leading two different lives, he is failing to get a grip on either. At the root of his problem is finding himself torn between two women; one being his disabled mother who is solely dependent on her son, the other, Jill (a fellow co-worker), who provides Andrew with an opportunity of a possible future of independence. Andrew is conflicted psychologically. Trying to balance both these lives seemingly puts grave strain on both relationships and his working life. His mother, when left unattended, is accident-prone leading Andrew to be consumed with fear of separation from his mother. This leads him to symptomatically return to the role of a child.
Tim Porter’s Juggling is a dark, unflinching and disturbing experience. A hybrid of several genres and constantly challenging audience expectations, the less you know about it the stronger the effect.

Tim Porter’s Juggling

Crew:

Written, Directed & Co-Edited by: Tim Porter
Producer: Anda Vlasaku
Executive Producer: Tim Porter
Director of Photography: Richard Jephcote & Dean Evans
Assistant Director: Milad Latoof
Lighting Operators: Sarah Peace & Richard Jephcote
Sound Recordists: Anne Moses & Amey Tamhane
Music by: Substeppers, Volor Flex and Breakystarmc
Runners: John Mooney & Shay Dawkins

Cast:
Tim Porter
Lindsey Clark
Cyrus Trafford
Quben Link
Yvonne Riley

Andrew Watson, a 23 year old businessman is carrying an overbearing guilt that is eating away at his very existence. Leading two different lives, he is failing to get a grip on either. At the root of his problem is finding himself torn between two women; one being his disabled mother who is solely dependent on her son, the other, Jill (a fellow co-worker), who provides Andrew with an opportunity of a possible future of independence. Andrew is conflicted psychologically. Trying to balance both these lives seemingly puts grave strain on both relationships and his working life. His mother, when left unattended, is accident-prone leading Andrew to be consumed with fear of separation from his mother. This leads him to symptomatically return to the role of a child.

Tim Porter’s Juggling is a dark, unflinching and disturbing experience. A hybrid of several genres and constantly challenging audience expectations, the less you know about it the stronger the effect.


ACT/OR
Film, 33 mins
Director & Creative Producer: Annamaria BerentzDirector Of Photography: Matt Berentz & Marcell L. KissCreative Producer: Kitty MeszarosSound: Egle Dovydaityte, Genevieve Cyr

StarringShay O’DriscollOliver ArnettBarry CalvertKevin VartyMatthew J. Staton
“If you’re successful, acting is about as soft as a job as anybody could ever wish for. But if you’re unsuccessful, it’s worse than a skin disease.” - Marlon Brando
Five actors struggle to find their dreams…. And themselves.

ACT/OR

Film, 33 mins

Director & Creative Producer: Annamaria Berentz
Director Of Photography: Matt Berentz & Marcell L. Kiss
Creative Producer: Kitty Meszaros
Sound: Egle Dovydaityte, Genevieve Cyr

Starring
Shay O’Driscoll
Oliver Arnett
Barry Calvert
Kevin Varty
Matthew J. Staton

“If you’re successful, acting is about as soft as a job as anybody could ever wish for. But if you’re unsuccessful, it’s worse than a skin disease.” - Marlon Brando

Five actors struggle to find their dreams…. And themselves.


Circus Trick7-9 minutesRichard Lesslie - ProducerNeil Gormley - DirectorJack Homan - DOPAlistair Frew - EditorIrene Orru - Art DirectionPietro Giordano - Sound

Starring: Fergus Johnston, Robert Firth, Paris Strangl
Brael (A blind Assassin) is stuck inside a hotel room with nowhere to turn. Realising that the man he assassinated has called the police he must use all his cunning and guile to engineer a way out of the tough situation he finds himself in, but with the police and another rival assassin bearing down on him; has this been one hit too many for the green suited killer?

Circus Trick
7-9 minutes

Richard Lesslie - Producer
Neil Gormley - Director
Jack Homan - DOP
Alistair Frew - Editor
Irene Orru - Art Direction
Pietro Giordano - Sound

Starring: Fergus Johnston, Robert Firth, Paris Strangl

Brael (A blind Assassin) is stuck inside a hotel room with nowhere to turn. Realising that the man he assassinated has called the police he must use all his cunning and guile to engineer a way out of the tough situation he finds himself in, but with the police and another rival assassin bearing down on him; has this been one hit too many for the green suited killer?

INSIDE OUTDirector: Chris ToumazouWritten By: Fahd GhauriProducer: Pierfrancesco ArtiniDirector of Photography: Robert White1st Assistant Director: Joshua BakerEditor: Kiran Mandla
Cast:Georgia - Scarlett Byrne Jack - Tom Byam Shaw
Jack and Georgia are two young 17 year olds, bored and fed up with life in the city. There’s nothing better than an escape, right? That is, unless you have no money, no place stay, not to mention Georgia’s parents don’t even know she’s left.
INSIDE OUT

Director: Chris Toumazou
Written By: Fahd Ghauri
Producer: Pierfrancesco Artini
Director of Photography: Robert White
1st Assistant Director: Joshua Baker
Editor: Kiran Mandla

Cast:
Georgia - Scarlett Byrne
Jack - Tom Byam Shaw

Jack and Georgia are two young 17 year olds, bored and fed up with life in the city. There’s nothing better than an escape, right? That is, unless you have no money, no place stay, not to mention Georgia’s parents don’t even know she’s left.

NormalProducer: Paule PetrokaiteDirector: Iannish PosooaScreenplay & Editing: William PollyDirector of Photography: Djavan SilvaSound Designer: Zaruf Ezhan

Cast: Billy: Nathaniel Francis Colin: Zed Rodgers Jane: Sam Brown Kenny: Cameron McGarva Therapist: Carly Jukes Alex: Klemens Koehring
A short film about a young man named Billy from a dysfunctional family living in urban Britain, trying to cope with social anxiety disorder. It shows not only his struggle to live a normal life, but also his fight to accept outside help. In an on going dream Billy starts to project his negative thoughts from reality into a horrible living nightmare, which harbours his most inner fears for an event which could have a massive bearing on Billy’s future.
Normal

Producer: Paule Petrokaite
Director: Iannish Posooa
Screenplay & Editing: William Polly
Director of Photography: Djavan Silva
Sound Designer: Zaruf Ezhan

Cast:
Billy: Nathaniel Francis
Colin: Zed Rodgers
Jane: Sam Brown
Kenny: Cameron McGarva
Therapist: Carly Jukes
Alex: Klemens Koehring

A short film about a young man named Billy from a dysfunctional family living in urban Britain, trying to cope with social anxiety disorder. It shows not only his struggle to live a normal life, but also his fight to accept outside help. In an on going dream Billy starts to project his negative thoughts from reality into a horrible living nightmare, which harbours his most inner fears for an event which could have a massive bearing on Billy’s future.


coGrow.it
Iannish Posooa

I am a young book with many empty pages and a simple goal. Let’s make the worlds greatest book of ideas.
One written by you, me and anyone else with ideas. Ideas that allow us to collaborate on scale never seen before in a diversity of areas, that even boggles my metaphysical mind. If they don’t exist we’ll invent them, innovate them and share it with the world. If the idea hits the fan then you’ll know exactly what and where because I will keep a record of all of it for you, so you know how and what to restructure.

coGrow.it

Iannish Posooa

I am a young book with many empty pages and a simple goal. Let’s make the worlds greatest book of ideas.

One written by you, me and anyone else with ideas. Ideas that allow us to collaborate on scale never seen before in a diversity of areas, that even boggles my metaphysical mind. If they don’t exist we’ll invent them, innovate them and share it with the world. If the idea hits the fan then you’ll know exactly what and where because I will keep a record of all of it for you, so you know how and what to restructure.


Silk Memoirs
Annelisa Evans

Silk Memoirs is a photographic silk scarf collection in which the hidden collections belonging to my Grandparents, Geoff and Victoria Skittrall have been an inspiration.
In October 2011, as Geoff and Vicky were moved into a care home I discovered two collections in my grandparents wardrobes whilst taking an inventory of their possessions. In my grandfathers’ cupboard I found books filled with photo negatives from the couples travels around the world, most of which have never been seen. In my grandmothers’ room I found a drawer filled with beautiful silk scarves, each one is completely unique and like the photographs, they are from all around the world: Rome, Kenya and even Iran.  
By bringing these two collections together, the photographs and the silk scarves, I intended to merge the lives, loves and memories of my grandparents through a beautiful and delicate medium as a tribute to them and their 61 years of marriage.
It is a project that will keep their collections combined forever, even after their house and belongings have been sold. Even after they pass away, this project will be their silk memoirs. 
More info at www.ave-scarves.co.uk

Silk Memoirs

Annelisa Evans

Silk Memoirs is a photographic silk scarf collection in which the hidden collections belonging to my Grandparents, Geoff and Victoria Skittrall have been an inspiration.

In October 2011, as Geoff and Vicky were moved into a care home I discovered two collections in my grandparents wardrobes whilst taking an inventory of their possessions. In my grandfathers’ cupboard I found books filled with photo negatives from the couples travels around the world, most of which have never been seen. In my grandmothers’ room I found a drawer filled with beautiful silk scarves, each one is completely unique and like the photographs, they are from all around the world: Rome, Kenya and even Iran.  

By bringing these two collections together, the photographs and the silk scarves, I intended to merge the lives, loves and memories of my grandparents through a beautiful and delicate medium as a tribute to them and their 61 years of marriage.

It is a project that will keep their collections combined forever, even after their house and belongings have been sold. Even after they pass away, this project will be their silk memoirs. 

More info at www.ave-scarves.co.uk


Wanderlust down the Lea
Concept: Veronika Albrandt, Katharina Dressel
Graphic Design: Amaya Delmas
Website built by: Sophie Stallegger
Sound Design: Sergio Oliveira, Ian Roullier

Wanderlust down the Lea is a self-ironic online travelogue of an investigation of the life along the River Lea. Flowing from Luton through Hertfordshire to East London where it reaches the River Thames, the landscape along the river reveals remains from a distant past.
Two Germanic Romantic heroines embark on a quest to complete their ‘Waltz’ before returning home. Exploring the life of a river in foreign lands they come across pure ancient marshland juxtaposed with new mysterious constructions and objects, industrial past and Olympic developments. They started their journey to soak into the uncontrollable, ineffable and powerful entity of nature but with all their desire to maintain their vision they could not help but notice some obvious inconsistencies within their perception and the encountered. They speak to animals and ask questions to the people they encounter on the way ranging from anglers, walkers, bird watchers, story tellers and local people to find a new way of understanding the past and the unfamiliar present.

Wanderlust down the Lea

Concept: Veronika Albrandt, Katharina Dressel

Graphic Design: Amaya Delmas

Website built by: Sophie Stallegger

Sound Design: Sergio Oliveira, Ian Roullier

Wanderlust down the Lea is a self-ironic online travelogue of an investigation of the life along the River Lea. Flowing from Luton through Hertfordshire to East London where it reaches the River Thames, the landscape along the river reveals remains from a distant past.

Two Germanic Romantic heroines embark on a quest to complete their ‘Waltz’ before returning home. Exploring the life of a river in foreign lands they come across pure ancient marshland juxtaposed with new mysterious constructions and objects, industrial past and Olympic developments. They started their journey to soak into the uncontrollable, ineffable and powerful entity of nature but with all their desire to maintain their vision they could not help but notice some obvious inconsistencies within their perception and the encountered. They speak to animals and ask questions to the people they encounter on the way ranging from anglers, walkers, bird watchers, story tellers and local people to find a new way of understanding the past and the unfamiliar present.

DeadpointDirector: Milad LatoofProducer: Alena BurovaCamera Operator: Wendesha Tesfaye 
It’s 1980 and the Iraq/Iran war has just started. The government is requesting all available young Iraqi men in the country, and one of them is Anwar, 25.  
Anwar loves his country but is not willing to die and leave his mother behind. There is no choice for him, the only way to skip the army is to become disabled.
Deadpoint

Director: Milad Latoof
Producer: Alena Burova
Camera Operator: Wendesha Tesfaye 

It’s 1980 and the Iraq/Iran war has just started. The government is requesting all available young Iraqi men in the country, and one of them is Anwar, 25.  

Anwar loves his country but is not willing to die and leave his mother behind. There is no choice for him, the only way to skip the army is to become disabled.


THE BANTUM PLAYGROUNDProducer & Director: Joseph Landreth-SmithCo-Producer & Director of photography: Charles Paul
A promotional video and viral advertisement for Bantum Clothing, dive into the colourful, mischievous world!
THE BANTUM PLAYGROUND

Producer & Director: Joseph Landreth-Smith
Co-Producer & Director of photography: Charles Paul

A promotional video and viral advertisement for Bantum Clothing, dive into the colourful, mischievous world!


Cloudia and Curtis
Creators - Tara Bowell & Gemma Birch 

Cloudia and Curtis is an animation that focuses on a sibling pairing who have their ‘heads in the clouds’. 
Their mother asks them to do various chores around the house and they always somehow end up on various adventures meeting a wide variety of characters as they go on. 

Cloudia and Curtis

Creators - Tara Bowell & Gemma Birch 

Cloudia and Curtis is an animation that focuses on a sibling pairing who have their ‘heads in the clouds’. 

Their mother asks them to do various chores around the house and they always somehow end up on various adventures meeting a wide variety of characters as they go on. 


Crulande
by Edward Lancaster

"in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes"…. this film is not about tax.




Images © Edward Lancaster 2012

Crulande

by Edward Lancaster

"in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes"…. this film is not about tax.

Images © Edward Lancaster 2012


Bar Viola
Director & Animation: Ariella AbolaffioProducer & Animation: Samuel McCallAnimator: Jack GodwinBackground Art and Design: Narayan O’HanlonSound Design and Music: Sam Berridge

Bar Viola tells the story of two birds-of-a-feather. A man, lonely, retired and getting on in years, moves to a small village in the heart of Tuscany, Italy. He strikes up a rivalry with a local bar-dweller, playing scratch cards every day to try to win the jackpot.



Images © 334a Productions 2012

Bar Viola

Director & Animation: Ariella Abolaffio
Producer & Animation: Samuel McCall
Animator: Jack Godwin
Background Art and Design: Narayan O’Hanlon
Sound Design and Music: Sam Berridge

Bar Viola tells the story of two birds-of-a-feather. A man, lonely, retired and getting on in years, moves to a small village in the heart of Tuscany, Italy. He strikes up a rivalry with a local bar-dweller, playing scratch cards every day to try to win the jackpot.

Images © 334a Productions 2012


TYU’s Company
Producer: Johan Flybring Writer/Director: Reema Sengupta Art Director/1st Assistant Director: Briarley Van Zyl

 Tyu’s Company is an alternative science fiction short film. In dystopian London of the future, where citizens of ‘The Glorious State’ live isolated existences, the online world is the only world known to humanity. A sudden and unprecedented system suspension propels one woman, Tyu, into a strange relationship.

TYU’s Company

Producer: Johan Flybring
Writer/Director: Reema Sengupta
Art Director/1st Assistant Director: Briarley Van Zyl


Tyu’s Company is an alternative science fiction short film. In
dystopian London of the future, where citizens of ‘The Glorious State’
live isolated existences, the online world is the only world known to
humanity. A sudden and unprecedented system suspension propels one
woman, Tyu, into a strange relationship.

Curtain Call Maresa Harvey 
STATEMENT FROM NICOLAS KENT (Artistic Director of Tricycle)  - March 2012“The Art’s Council’s funding to the Tricycle theatre this year will decrease by £35,000, compared to what was received in 2010 – 2011. Such funding cuts by the ACE are made all the more difficult by the fact that local authority funding has also been lost as a result of government spending cuts.- Nicolas Kent"Although almost all arts institutions have received some reduction to their grants; it will have a more profound effect on the smaller, regional theatres, which have been disproportionately cut compared to larger national institutions. Such larger establishments are not as significantly affected, as a much smaller proportion of their budget is reliant upon funding from local authorities. A further issue is that such institutions are in a better position to be able to fundraise commercial, business and private philanthropic funds compared to smaller arts companies because sponsors are more likely to want to be associated with a more high- profile established institution. Inevitably this diminution in subsidy will lead to fewer risks being taken, less adventurous work and fewer opportunities for new and exciting talent. In the end the arts in Britain will be the loser both creatively and financially.” 
Supported by: 


Edward Hall (Artistic Director of Hampstead Theatre)

Kristine Landon-Smith (Artistic Director of Tamasha) 

Steve Marmion (Artistic Director of Soho Theatre)

Max Stafford-Clark (Artistic Director of Out of Joint)

Polly Teale (Artistic Director of Shared Experience) 

Sam Walters (Artistic Director of Orange Tree Theatre) 





More info: www.maresaharvey.com
Curtain Call 

Maresa Harvey 

STATEMENT FROM NICOLAS KENT (Artistic Director of Tricycle)

- March 2012

“The Art’s Council’s funding to the Tricycle theatre this year will decrease by £35,000, compared to what was received in 2010 – 2011. Such funding cuts by the ACE are made all the more difficult by the fact that local authority funding has also been lost as a result of government spending cuts.

- Nicolas Kent

"Although almost all arts institutions have received some reduction to their grants; it will have a more profound effect on the smaller, regional theatres, which have been disproportionately cut compared to larger national institutions. Such larger establishments are not as significantly affected, as a much smaller proportion of their budget is reliant upon funding from local authorities. 

A further issue is that such institutions are in a better position to be able to fundraise commercial, business and private philanthropic funds compared to smaller arts companies because sponsors are more likely to want to be associated with a more high- profile established institution. 

Inevitably this diminution in subsidy will lead to fewer risks being taken, less adventurous work and fewer opportunities for new and exciting talent. In the end the arts in Britain will be the loser both creatively and financially.”

Supported by: 



Edward Hall (Artistic Director of Hampstead Theatre)
Kristine Landon-Smith (Artistic Director of Tamasha) 
Steve Marmion (Artistic Director of Soho Theatre)
Max Stafford-Clark (Artistic Director of Out of Joint)
Polly Teale (Artistic Director of Shared Experience) 
Sam Walters (Artistic Director of Orange Tree Theatre) 






Tim Porter’s Juggling
Crew:
Written, Directed & Co-Edited by: Tim Porter Producer: Anda Vlasaku Executive Producer: Tim Porter Director of Photography: Richard Jephcote & Dean Evans Assistant Director: Milad Latoof Lighting Operators: Sarah Peace & Richard Jephcote Sound Recordists: Anne Moses & Amey Tamhane Music by: Substeppers, Volor Flex and Breakystarmc Runners: John Mooney & Shay Dawkins
Cast: Tim Porter Lindsey Clark Cyrus Trafford Quben Link Yvonne Riley

Andrew Watson, a 23 year old businessman is carrying an overbearing guilt that is eating away at his very existence. Leading two different lives, he is failing to get a grip on either. At the root of his problem is finding himself torn between two women; one being his disabled mother who is solely dependent on her son, the other, Jill (a fellow co-worker), who provides Andrew with an opportunity of a possible future of independence. Andrew is conflicted psychologically. Trying to balance both these lives seemingly puts grave strain on both relationships and his working life. His mother, when left unattended, is accident-prone leading Andrew to be consumed with fear of separation from his mother. This leads him to symptomatically return to the role of a child.
Tim Porter’s Juggling is a dark, unflinching and disturbing experience. A hybrid of several genres and constantly challenging audience expectations, the less you know about it the stronger the effect.

Tim Porter’s Juggling

Crew:

Written, Directed & Co-Edited by: Tim Porter
Producer: Anda Vlasaku
Executive Producer: Tim Porter
Director of Photography: Richard Jephcote & Dean Evans
Assistant Director: Milad Latoof
Lighting Operators: Sarah Peace & Richard Jephcote
Sound Recordists: Anne Moses & Amey Tamhane
Music by: Substeppers, Volor Flex and Breakystarmc
Runners: John Mooney & Shay Dawkins

Cast:
Tim Porter
Lindsey Clark
Cyrus Trafford
Quben Link
Yvonne Riley

Andrew Watson, a 23 year old businessman is carrying an overbearing guilt that is eating away at his very existence. Leading two different lives, he is failing to get a grip on either. At the root of his problem is finding himself torn between two women; one being his disabled mother who is solely dependent on her son, the other, Jill (a fellow co-worker), who provides Andrew with an opportunity of a possible future of independence. Andrew is conflicted psychologically. Trying to balance both these lives seemingly puts grave strain on both relationships and his working life. His mother, when left unattended, is accident-prone leading Andrew to be consumed with fear of separation from his mother. This leads him to symptomatically return to the role of a child.

Tim Porter’s Juggling is a dark, unflinching and disturbing experience. A hybrid of several genres and constantly challenging audience expectations, the less you know about it the stronger the effect.


ACT/OR
Film, 33 mins
Director & Creative Producer: Annamaria BerentzDirector Of Photography: Matt Berentz & Marcell L. KissCreative Producer: Kitty MeszarosSound: Egle Dovydaityte, Genevieve Cyr

StarringShay O’DriscollOliver ArnettBarry CalvertKevin VartyMatthew J. Staton
“If you’re successful, acting is about as soft as a job as anybody could ever wish for. But if you’re unsuccessful, it’s worse than a skin disease.” - Marlon Brando
Five actors struggle to find their dreams…. And themselves.

ACT/OR

Film, 33 mins

Director & Creative Producer: Annamaria Berentz
Director Of Photography: Matt Berentz & Marcell L. Kiss
Creative Producer: Kitty Meszaros
Sound: Egle Dovydaityte, Genevieve Cyr

Starring
Shay O’Driscoll
Oliver Arnett
Barry Calvert
Kevin Varty
Matthew J. Staton

“If you’re successful, acting is about as soft as a job as anybody could ever wish for. But if you’re unsuccessful, it’s worse than a skin disease.” - Marlon Brando

Five actors struggle to find their dreams…. And themselves.


Circus Trick7-9 minutesRichard Lesslie - ProducerNeil Gormley - DirectorJack Homan - DOPAlistair Frew - EditorIrene Orru - Art DirectionPietro Giordano - Sound

Starring: Fergus Johnston, Robert Firth, Paris Strangl
Brael (A blind Assassin) is stuck inside a hotel room with nowhere to turn. Realising that the man he assassinated has called the police he must use all his cunning and guile to engineer a way out of the tough situation he finds himself in, but with the police and another rival assassin bearing down on him; has this been one hit too many for the green suited killer?

Circus Trick
7-9 minutes

Richard Lesslie - Producer
Neil Gormley - Director
Jack Homan - DOP
Alistair Frew - Editor
Irene Orru - Art Direction
Pietro Giordano - Sound

Starring: Fergus Johnston, Robert Firth, Paris Strangl

Brael (A blind Assassin) is stuck inside a hotel room with nowhere to turn. Realising that the man he assassinated has called the police he must use all his cunning and guile to engineer a way out of the tough situation he finds himself in, but with the police and another rival assassin bearing down on him; has this been one hit too many for the green suited killer?

INSIDE OUTDirector: Chris ToumazouWritten By: Fahd GhauriProducer: Pierfrancesco ArtiniDirector of Photography: Robert White1st Assistant Director: Joshua BakerEditor: Kiran Mandla
Cast:Georgia - Scarlett Byrne Jack - Tom Byam Shaw
Jack and Georgia are two young 17 year olds, bored and fed up with life in the city. There’s nothing better than an escape, right? That is, unless you have no money, no place stay, not to mention Georgia’s parents don’t even know she’s left.
INSIDE OUT

Director: Chris Toumazou
Written By: Fahd Ghauri
Producer: Pierfrancesco Artini
Director of Photography: Robert White
1st Assistant Director: Joshua Baker
Editor: Kiran Mandla

Cast:
Georgia - Scarlett Byrne
Jack - Tom Byam Shaw

Jack and Georgia are two young 17 year olds, bored and fed up with life in the city. There’s nothing better than an escape, right? That is, unless you have no money, no place stay, not to mention Georgia’s parents don’t even know she’s left.

NormalProducer: Paule PetrokaiteDirector: Iannish PosooaScreenplay & Editing: William PollyDirector of Photography: Djavan SilvaSound Designer: Zaruf Ezhan

Cast: Billy: Nathaniel Francis Colin: Zed Rodgers Jane: Sam Brown Kenny: Cameron McGarva Therapist: Carly Jukes Alex: Klemens Koehring
A short film about a young man named Billy from a dysfunctional family living in urban Britain, trying to cope with social anxiety disorder. It shows not only his struggle to live a normal life, but also his fight to accept outside help. In an on going dream Billy starts to project his negative thoughts from reality into a horrible living nightmare, which harbours his most inner fears for an event which could have a massive bearing on Billy’s future.
Normal

Producer: Paule Petrokaite
Director: Iannish Posooa
Screenplay & Editing: William Polly
Director of Photography: Djavan Silva
Sound Designer: Zaruf Ezhan

Cast:
Billy: Nathaniel Francis
Colin: Zed Rodgers
Jane: Sam Brown
Kenny: Cameron McGarva
Therapist: Carly Jukes
Alex: Klemens Koehring

A short film about a young man named Billy from a dysfunctional family living in urban Britain, trying to cope with social anxiety disorder. It shows not only his struggle to live a normal life, but also his fight to accept outside help. In an on going dream Billy starts to project his negative thoughts from reality into a horrible living nightmare, which harbours his most inner fears for an event which could have a massive bearing on Billy’s future.


coGrow.it
Iannish Posooa

I am a young book with many empty pages and a simple goal. Let’s make the worlds greatest book of ideas.
One written by you, me and anyone else with ideas. Ideas that allow us to collaborate on scale never seen before in a diversity of areas, that even boggles my metaphysical mind. If they don’t exist we’ll invent them, innovate them and share it with the world. If the idea hits the fan then you’ll know exactly what and where because I will keep a record of all of it for you, so you know how and what to restructure.

coGrow.it

Iannish Posooa

I am a young book with many empty pages and a simple goal. Let’s make the worlds greatest book of ideas.

One written by you, me and anyone else with ideas. Ideas that allow us to collaborate on scale never seen before in a diversity of areas, that even boggles my metaphysical mind. If they don’t exist we’ll invent them, innovate them and share it with the world. If the idea hits the fan then you’ll know exactly what and where because I will keep a record of all of it for you, so you know how and what to restructure.


Silk Memoirs
Annelisa Evans

Silk Memoirs is a photographic silk scarf collection in which the hidden collections belonging to my Grandparents, Geoff and Victoria Skittrall have been an inspiration.
In October 2011, as Geoff and Vicky were moved into a care home I discovered two collections in my grandparents wardrobes whilst taking an inventory of their possessions. In my grandfathers’ cupboard I found books filled with photo negatives from the couples travels around the world, most of which have never been seen. In my grandmothers’ room I found a drawer filled with beautiful silk scarves, each one is completely unique and like the photographs, they are from all around the world: Rome, Kenya and even Iran.  
By bringing these two collections together, the photographs and the silk scarves, I intended to merge the lives, loves and memories of my grandparents through a beautiful and delicate medium as a tribute to them and their 61 years of marriage.
It is a project that will keep their collections combined forever, even after their house and belongings have been sold. Even after they pass away, this project will be their silk memoirs. 
More info at www.ave-scarves.co.uk

Silk Memoirs

Annelisa Evans

Silk Memoirs is a photographic silk scarf collection in which the hidden collections belonging to my Grandparents, Geoff and Victoria Skittrall have been an inspiration.

In October 2011, as Geoff and Vicky were moved into a care home I discovered two collections in my grandparents wardrobes whilst taking an inventory of their possessions. In my grandfathers’ cupboard I found books filled with photo negatives from the couples travels around the world, most of which have never been seen. In my grandmothers’ room I found a drawer filled with beautiful silk scarves, each one is completely unique and like the photographs, they are from all around the world: Rome, Kenya and even Iran.  

By bringing these two collections together, the photographs and the silk scarves, I intended to merge the lives, loves and memories of my grandparents through a beautiful and delicate medium as a tribute to them and their 61 years of marriage.

It is a project that will keep their collections combined forever, even after their house and belongings have been sold. Even after they pass away, this project will be their silk memoirs. 

More info at www.ave-scarves.co.uk


Wanderlust down the Lea
Concept: Veronika Albrandt, Katharina Dressel
Graphic Design: Amaya Delmas
Website built by: Sophie Stallegger
Sound Design: Sergio Oliveira, Ian Roullier

Wanderlust down the Lea is a self-ironic online travelogue of an investigation of the life along the River Lea. Flowing from Luton through Hertfordshire to East London where it reaches the River Thames, the landscape along the river reveals remains from a distant past.
Two Germanic Romantic heroines embark on a quest to complete their ‘Waltz’ before returning home. Exploring the life of a river in foreign lands they come across pure ancient marshland juxtaposed with new mysterious constructions and objects, industrial past and Olympic developments. They started their journey to soak into the uncontrollable, ineffable and powerful entity of nature but with all their desire to maintain their vision they could not help but notice some obvious inconsistencies within their perception and the encountered. They speak to animals and ask questions to the people they encounter on the way ranging from anglers, walkers, bird watchers, story tellers and local people to find a new way of understanding the past and the unfamiliar present.

Wanderlust down the Lea

Concept: Veronika Albrandt, Katharina Dressel

Graphic Design: Amaya Delmas

Website built by: Sophie Stallegger

Sound Design: Sergio Oliveira, Ian Roullier

Wanderlust down the Lea is a self-ironic online travelogue of an investigation of the life along the River Lea. Flowing from Luton through Hertfordshire to East London where it reaches the River Thames, the landscape along the river reveals remains from a distant past.

Two Germanic Romantic heroines embark on a quest to complete their ‘Waltz’ before returning home. Exploring the life of a river in foreign lands they come across pure ancient marshland juxtaposed with new mysterious constructions and objects, industrial past and Olympic developments. They started their journey to soak into the uncontrollable, ineffable and powerful entity of nature but with all their desire to maintain their vision they could not help but notice some obvious inconsistencies within their perception and the encountered. They speak to animals and ask questions to the people they encounter on the way ranging from anglers, walkers, bird watchers, story tellers and local people to find a new way of understanding the past and the unfamiliar present.

DeadpointDirector: Milad LatoofProducer: Alena BurovaCamera Operator: Wendesha Tesfaye 
It’s 1980 and the Iraq/Iran war has just started. The government is requesting all available young Iraqi men in the country, and one of them is Anwar, 25.  
Anwar loves his country but is not willing to die and leave his mother behind. There is no choice for him, the only way to skip the army is to become disabled.
Deadpoint

Director: Milad Latoof
Producer: Alena Burova
Camera Operator: Wendesha Tesfaye 

It’s 1980 and the Iraq/Iran war has just started. The government is requesting all available young Iraqi men in the country, and one of them is Anwar, 25.  

Anwar loves his country but is not willing to die and leave his mother behind. There is no choice for him, the only way to skip the army is to become disabled.


THE BANTUM PLAYGROUNDProducer & Director: Joseph Landreth-SmithCo-Producer & Director of photography: Charles Paul
A promotional video and viral advertisement for Bantum Clothing, dive into the colourful, mischievous world!
THE BANTUM PLAYGROUND

Producer & Director: Joseph Landreth-Smith
Co-Producer & Director of photography: Charles Paul

A promotional video and viral advertisement for Bantum Clothing, dive into the colourful, mischievous world!


Cloudia and Curtis
Creators - Tara Bowell & Gemma Birch 

Cloudia and Curtis is an animation that focuses on a sibling pairing who have their ‘heads in the clouds’. 
Their mother asks them to do various chores around the house and they always somehow end up on various adventures meeting a wide variety of characters as they go on. 

Cloudia and Curtis

Creators - Tara Bowell & Gemma Birch 

Cloudia and Curtis is an animation that focuses on a sibling pairing who have their ‘heads in the clouds’. 

Their mother asks them to do various chores around the house and they always somehow end up on various adventures meeting a wide variety of characters as they go on. 


Crulande
by Edward Lancaster

"in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes"…. this film is not about tax.




Images © Edward Lancaster 2012

Crulande

by Edward Lancaster

"in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes"…. this film is not about tax.

Images © Edward Lancaster 2012


Bar Viola
Director & Animation: Ariella AbolaffioProducer & Animation: Samuel McCallAnimator: Jack GodwinBackground Art and Design: Narayan O’HanlonSound Design and Music: Sam Berridge

Bar Viola tells the story of two birds-of-a-feather. A man, lonely, retired and getting on in years, moves to a small village in the heart of Tuscany, Italy. He strikes up a rivalry with a local bar-dweller, playing scratch cards every day to try to win the jackpot.



Images © 334a Productions 2012

Bar Viola

Director & Animation: Ariella Abolaffio
Producer & Animation: Samuel McCall
Animator: Jack Godwin
Background Art and Design: Narayan O’Hanlon
Sound Design and Music: Sam Berridge

Bar Viola tells the story of two birds-of-a-feather. A man, lonely, retired and getting on in years, moves to a small village in the heart of Tuscany, Italy. He strikes up a rivalry with a local bar-dweller, playing scratch cards every day to try to win the jackpot.

Images © 334a Productions 2012

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BA (Hons) Contemporary Media Practice 2012 Degree Show

Exhibition at P3 Gallery, 35 Marylebone Road, London, UK
Baker St Tube Station
18th-20th June
Private View: Monday 18th, 5:30-8:30pm


Screening of Moving Image work at Roxy Bar & Cinema
London Bridge Tube Station
17th June
1-6pm


Screening of Moving Image work at The Regent Street Cinema, 309 Regent Street
Oxford Circus Tube Station
22nd June
6-10pm