Film London & Southern Exposure. UK, 15 mins. Starring Marama Corlett and Adrian Schiller.
Written and Directed by Jack Ethan Perry Production Design by Sara Stanton Cinematography by Mads Junker Produced by Katherine Pearl and Jos Grootjans
A young woman travels to the home of an older man for her evening meal. As the two sit down to eat, conversation flows and the darker motives behind this unusual meeting begin to reveal themselves.
Official selection Dead Center Film Festival
Official selection and best short finalist Snowtown Film Festival
Official selection Nice International Film Festival, nominated for best leading actress and actor. Nominated for best original script.
Saalam Saint Denis
Salaam-StDenis2015 [2016, 10 minute] is inspired by the real life event of Hasna Aït Boulahcen. Hasna, erroneously labelled the first female suicide bomber in Europe, spends the last hours of her life as both host and hostage of her cousin and accomplice, both involved in the terrorist attacks of 13th November 2015 in Paris. The story is transposed to London, so as to emphasise the international aspects of the events.
Official Selection Human District, International Film Festival of Human Rights, Belgrade, Serbia, screening on 22nd June 2016
Official Selection CortoDino 2016, Premio Internazionale del Cortometraggio Dino De Laurentiis, Torre Annunziata, Napoli, Italy, screening on 31st October 2016
Official Selection Popoli e Religioni Film Festival, Terni, Italy, screening on 14th November 2016
Official Selection As Film Festival, Rome, Italy, screening on 10th December 2016
Short Film Corner, Festival de Cannes, France, 2017
Written and directed by Federica Pacifico
Cinematography by Mads Junker
Production Design Sara Stanton
Edited by Federica Pacifico
Sound Joe Neale
4:59am, London's Banking District. A young banker attempting to escape from his sins meets an immigrant cleaner who he believes might provide absolution. But there is more to his new friend than meets the eye.
Jacob – Joshua Dickinson Gabriel – Pedro Caxade Irene – Tania Seron
Festivals: November 2015: Official Selection - Latimer Talks London December 2015: Official Selection - RapidLion Film Festival - South Africa's Oscars January 2016: WINNER - Wendy's Shorts - Best Dark Comedy Official Selection - Texas Ultimate Shorts February 2016: WINNER - Short of the Month Official Selection - Barcelona Planet Film Festival April 2016: WINNER "BEST THRILLER" - Screentest National Student Film Festival Official Selection - Discover Film London May 2016: Official Selection - Pennine Film Festival Official Selection - South London Shorts Official Selection - Shortpole London IFF June 2016: Official Selection - Festival of Globe Film Festival Official Selection - Euro Fest Saint Petersburg Official Selection - WNY Film Festival July 2016: Official Selection - Chautauqua International Film Festival CIFF August 2016: Official Selection - First Step Film Festival Official Selection - European Film Festival Moscow December 2016: Selected British Short - Moscow Rec Film Competition Daily Short Pick - Film Shortage (http://filmshortage.com/dailyshortpicks/cabron/) Featured Short - Director's Notes March 2017: Official Selection (Screenplay, Best Fiction, Best Music) - Watersprite Film Festival March 2017: Official Selection - UK Screen One International
Sound Design/on set sound engeneer: Eske Nørholm Boomer: Mark Jespersen Dir. Assistant: Keren Gelfer Coordinator: Mette Nørkjær Costume: Kirstine Fryd MUA: Marie Vestergaard SFX/Set Design: Martin Hansen Production Assistant: Maria Vistisen
Colorist: Hannibal Lang Editor: Malik Thomas Sculptor: Krista Rosenkilde
The Death of the Author
The Death of the Author [2016, 6 minutes]
Olly, a gallery invigilator decides to quietly add his own artistic input to the exhibits on show, challenging the authority of the artist/author, and exploring vandalism as an extreme attempt of (uncredited) artistic collaboration. A supposed visitor furthers the idea of impromptu collaboration going so far as cutting one of the canvases with a pen, in the style of artist Lucio Fontana. Olly confronts the mysterious man and is met with philosophical citations by Guillaume Apollinaire, Michel Foucault and Samuel Beckett.
Official Selection 17th Izmir Kisa Film Festival, Izmir, Turkey screening on November 2, 2016
Cast: Tristan Pegg, Chris Bearne, Zara Banks, Linda Large, Ellie Dickens, Ragga Gudrun, Ira Urielsson, Audrey Badji
Directed by Federica Pacificio
Cinematography by Mads Junker
Edited by Piers Dennis
Cast Ruari Cannon and David Richter
Directed by Paul Bloomfield
Produced by Milly Upton
Written by Uriel Pollack
Dp by Mads Junker
Edited by Stephen Bevan
Set design by Stephanie Williams
1st AD Jack Perry
1st AC Michael Hobdell
Boom Op Simon Haggis
Gaffer Guy Gotto
Post sound Harvey Gunn
Colorist Tom Mangham, The Mill
Production assistent Sara Stanton and Sara Cadwallader
So What Now
Short film, coming April 2017.
Director: Sam Ainsworth Producer: Jos Grootjans Writer: Andrés Seara DP: Mads Junker AD: Jack Ethan Perry Art Director: Henrijs Grabovskis Sound Recordist: Serin Küçük Editor: Jorge Sales Tarrega Grader: James Harding Sound Design: Odinn Ingibergsson Music: Pablo Scopinaro
Starring: Laure Stockley Vincent De La Torre
So what now? Teaser
A speech from the ancient greek story of Lysistrata in its original language
Selected to be screened at the Victoria & Albert museum in April 2017 https://www.vam.ac.uk/shop/whatson/index/view/id/5053/event/New-Films--Old-Drama---April-2017/dt/2017-04-21/free/1