Successful businessman and golden boy, Jack Wells, is unscrupulous, immoral and will stop at nothing to get what he wants. Along the way he has made many enemies – and today they’re out for revenge!
Two old friends take a trip down memory lane, but they are not alone – there’s someone there who never left.
Written and directed by BAFTA nominee Nat Luurtsema. Starring Cherelle Skeete (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Hanna) and Sara Huxley (Silent Witness), with cinematography by Illuminatrix DOP Martyna Knitter.
Ouzo and Blackcurrant explores a horror device with mobile phones to deliver scares in a new and original way. The script for Ouzo and Blackcurrant was a finalist in FrightFest 2019’s Fresh Blood award. The film was Executive Produced by Genera Films, who awarded it money via the Genera short film fund.
Teenager Amy lives in a small suburb with over protective mum Penny, Dad Dan and younger sister Sophia.
When Amy begins receiving online messages from a cute looking boy ‘Olly’ showering her with compliments, she devises a plan to meet up with him, telling Penny she’s at a friends house. Penny who often checks Amys social media, discovers Ollys inappropriate messages. But when she attempts to contact Amy things take a dramatic course before she eventually intercepts the meeting. Penny is shocked at her daughters naivety. And Amy is angrier than ever that her mum doesn’t trust her.
Penny reports the online account to the authorities but they refuse to get involved. She feels helpless as Ollys messages become more intense so she takes over Amy’s social media. She’s in a desperate situation and with no support from the police her and Dan decide to deal with the situation as a family themselves. Posing as Amy, Penny arranges to meet Olly. But who do they find when they arrive at the meeting point? Who’s been messaging Amy? And is it Just a boy?
‘It’s just a boy’ is based on true events and is intended to spread awareness of the risks of children and teenagers communicating with strangers on social media.
An incredible true story of survival and forgiveness. Eva Kor and her twin sister Miriam were captured by Nazis and experimented on in Auschwitz as children. Despite struggling with her traumatic past, Eva decides to forgive her tormentors.
Does everything you throw in the ocean eventually come back to you?
A tribute to the dogs that impact our life.
A frantic pursuit through a surreal labyrinth of concrete corridors. GRIT is a stop motion animated short film – Matt’s final year project for the BA (Hons) Animation course at UWE Bristol.