Sun Come Up, by Jennifer Redfearn, tells the story of some of the worlds first climate refugees -- the Carteret Islanders. The film follows relocation leader Ursula Rakova and a group of young families as they search for new homes in war-torn Bougainville, an autonomous region of Papua New Guinea. Check out Shootingpeople.org for more outstanding documentaries.
A film by Lewis Metcalfe focusing on the romance male youths have with violence. Received best short at Renderyard International Short Film Festival and competed in last year's Raindance Festival in the digital category. It also competed in several other festivals across the country. Check out shootingpeople.org for more outstanding shorts.
A woman hurts herself in the bathroom, but seems to show no signs of pain. How long will it take before the damage catches up on her?... This film is about experiencing a distorted perception. There is a second figure in the film... Shot on Super-8 Film. First place winner of Shooting People's Film of the Month in March 2010.
The elderly but young at heart Wilson Brown becomes stuck in his Chinese finger trap toy whilst preparing an anniversary surprise for his wife. His increasingly desperate attempts to free himself result in him swinging from the light fitting, providing his wife with an altogether different surprise.
When a depressed slacker lets Jesus into his life things take a turn for the better. But he soon starts to wonder if Jesus is who he claims to be and why he can't afford to get a round in. Finalist in Shooting People's Film of the Month for March 2010.
Shot on RED by Robbie Ryan Night School had its first public screening at Encounters Film Festival where it was well received. Subsequently it has been shown at Edinburgh International Film Festival, Film Insiders Talent Festival, Busho Budapest Short Film Festival and Cinefest, Hungary. Night School was selected for the European competition at the Vendôme Film Festival in France and the London Short Film Festival 2010.
A sand on glass animation which tells the exciting, softening and surprisingly story of a little fox searching for a friend. After a long search it looks like her wish is finally granted. This film premiered in June 2008 and has been featured in numerous films festivals around the world. It also received third place in Shooting People's Film of the Month for January 2010.
Butteflies Fly is a mixture of real characters, 3D backgrounds and hand drawn (Rotoscoped) images. An artist suffering from mental block, undergoes a series of bizarre confrontations with his mind and undergoes a self realization phase to understand what is important for expression.