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  • Certification: Film rated as: CFF-15
  • Country: UK
  • Release year: 2020
  • Run time: 69 minutes

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Short dramas and documentaries from local filmmakers aged 16 to 25, supported by Screen and Film School, Brighton.

 

Destructors | dir Otis Tree | 14m

A modern interpretation of a Graham Greene short story, following a group of friends growing up on the south coast of England.

 

Nelly | dir Artie Johnston | 5m

Neil Elliot (Nelly) has devoted his life to the Highland games, in particular caber tossing, a sport that has been around for centuries.

 

Life in Brighton: An Artist’s Perspective | dir Bill Mitman | 6m

The effect of rising gentrification on artists and creatives working in Brighton as their studios make way for new housing.

 

My Life, My Voice | dir Cassie Carey | 11m

Two freelance actresses, determined to make it online in the growing voiceover industry.

 

Embedded | dir Harry Thompson | 7m

After the death of his wife, a man battles his inner demons as he struggles to distinguish between reality and delusion.

 

One Piece of the Puzzle | dir René Lorraine | 11m

Malaika and his experiences growing up with autism, conveyed through observational documentary, interviews, and archive footage.

 

Time and Tide | dir Caleb Yule | 12m

Steve and Keith, the last two seacoalers working today, remain proud of their craft and the life it has given them.