More insights into modern Britain…
We Got It Easy by Elise martin and Jess Bartlett
Sophie and a group of teenagers explore their battles with period poverty, cat-calling, body shaming and mental health issues that stem from the toxic obsession with social media… all whilst starring in their own musical.
A Shanty for Cornish Youth by Taran Spalding-Jenkin
Through poetry, interviews and music, we explore the Cornish brain drain, the emigration of young minds looking for opportunities elsewhere, and whether they can keep hold of their identity in their new environment.
Still to Come by Tilly Washer
Exploring the opinions, worries and stresses of young people about when trying to decide their futures so young.
Trigger Bang by Issy Franklin and Ravi Doubleday
Cancel Culture spreads chaos through the lives of three people that never meet.
Believe in Us by the WILD Project
Believe in Us explores parenthood through the eyes of 5 young mothers in Cornwall.
Fashion Show by Okori McCalla
An abstract metaphorical depiction of my perspective on the “black experience” that was, I guess somewhat ironically, inspired by high end fashion
Black Boys Cry by Prince Taylor
A collection of audio stories that attempt to challenge the social representation of Black Men, by painting a fuller picture of our emotional experience
Breadline by Helena Middleton
Although the UK is the seventh richest country in the world, many people struggle to afford food. Breadline is a dance/movement film about food poverty.