THE DARK

  • Directed by Tom Hemmings
  • 11mins, ARRI Alexa, 2013
  • Festivals: Film4 FrightFest, London Short Film Festival

THE GAS MAN

  • Directed by Matt Palmer
  • 14mins, RED Epic, 2013
  • Funders: Rankin Film Productions / Collabor8te
  • Festivals: Haapsalu Horror and Fantasy Film Festival, Fantasia International Film Festival, Film4 FrightFest, ScreamFest LA, Telluride Horror Show, Ravenna Nightmare Film Festival, Ozark Shorts, Celluloid Screams (Sheffield)

COLD WARRIOR

  • Directed by Emily Greenwood
  • 19mins, 35mm, 2012
  • Funders: Screen South
  • Festivals: LA Shorts Fest, Montreal World Film Festival, Cleveland International Film Festival, Edinburgh International Film Festival, Rhode Island International Film Festival, Hollyshorts Film Festival, Cambridge Film Festival, Calgary International Film Festival, San Diego Film Festival, Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival, Valladolid International Film Festival, Aesthetica Short Film Festival (York), Reel Shorts (Alberta)
  • Awards: Best Short Film, Youth Jury Award - Rhode Island

THE TRIGGER

  • Directed by Marcus Shepherd
  • 14 mins, 35mm, 2010
  • Funders: EM Media & MEDIA
  • Festivals: London Short Film Festival, iShorts, Berkshire International Film Festival
  • Represented by the British Council

MY WORLD

  • Directed by Asif Kapadia, Written by Xing Ding
  • 4 mins, Super 16mm, 2008
  • Funders: The National Youth Theatre
  • Festivals: Bang! Film Festival (Nottingham), East End Film Festival, Hull International Film Festival
  • Represented by the British Council

ISLAND

  • Directed by Matt Palmer
  • 15 mins, Super 16mm, 2007
  • Funders: Film4 & UK Film Council - Cinema Extreme
  • Festivals: Flickerfest (Sydney), Worldwide Short Film Festival (Toronto), Glasgow Film Festival, Edinburgh International Film Festival, São Paulo International Film Festival, Kodak Short Film Showcase at Rushes Soho Shorts Festival, Leeds International Film Festival, Mayhem Horror Film Festival (Nottingham), Inverness Film Festival, London Short Film Festival, Berkshire International Film Festival, Dinard Festival of British Film, Fantastic Fim Festival (Austin, Texas)
  • Nominations: Kodak Short Film Award, Jim Poole Scottish Short Film Award, BAFTA Scotland Award for Short Film, Silver Melies (Leeds)
  • Broadcast: Film4 - 21st August 2008 & Channel4 - 27th August 2008

TERZETTO

  • Directed by Amanda Smith & John Ross
  • 9 mins, HDV, 2006
  • Funders: Three Cities Cultural Consortium
  • Festivals: Bang! Film Festival (Nottingham), CAN Film Festival (Leicester)
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THE REPORT

  • Directed by David Smith
  • 3 mins, HDV, 2006
  • Funders: Britfilms / EM Media - '3 Minute Warnings'
  • Festivals: Bang! Film Festival (Nottingham), Halloween Short Film Festival (London)

A RELATIVELY CLOSE CALL

  • Directed by Cheryl Marshall
  • 3 mins, DV, 2006
  • Funders: Britfilms / EM Media - '3 Minute Warnings'
  • Festivals: Bang! Film Festival (Nottingham)

BABY ON BOARD

  • Directed by Shaun Mechen
  • 3 mins, DV, 2006
  • Funders: Britfilms / EM Media - '3 Minute Warnings'
  • Festivals: Bang! Film Festival (Nottingham), East Midlands Food & Drink Festival

TONIGHT

  • Directed by Mehul Desai
  • 3 mins, HDV, 2006
  • Funders: Britfilms / EM Media - '3 Minute Warnings'
  • Festivals: Warrington Film Festival, Corta International Short Film Festival, Shallow Shorts (London), The Brighton Festival, The Constant Shorts Showcase (London), Super Shorts, The Angel Film Festival, Bite The Mango (Bradford), BFM Film Festival (Birmingham), CAN Film Festival (Leicester)

HISS ON THE WIND

  • Directed by Owen Davies
  • 3 mins, DV, 2006
  • Funders: Britfilms / EM Media - '3 Minute Warnings'
  • Festivals: Bang! Film Festival & Bang! Mayhem (Nottingham), Super Shorts (London), CAN Film Festival (Leicester)

NOSE HAIR

  • Directed by James Sharpe
  • 3 mins, HDV, 2006
  • Funders: Britfilms / EM Media - '3 Minute Warnings'
  • Festivals: Bang! Film Festival, Sutton Film Festival, Metro Short Film Festival (Derby), Dead By Dawn Festival (Edinburgh), Mid Ulster Film Festival, Uppsala International Short Film Festival

WHAT IS GIVEN

  • Directed by Al Clark
  • 5 mins, HDV, 2005
  • Funders: NCHA
  • Festivals: Bang! Film Festival, Morbegno Film Festival, ZEBRA Poetry Film Festival (Berlin), Super Shorts (London), Metro Short Film Festival, Lift International Film Festival (Derby)
  • Awards: Communicators in Business Awards - Award of Excellence

PIPPED TO THE POST

  • Directed by Chris Roebuck
  • 3 mins, DV, 2005
  • Funders: Britfilms
  • Festivals: Bang! Film Festival (Nottingham), Bradford Co-operative Young Film-makers Festival, Leeds Young People's Film Festival, Metro Children's Short Film Festival (Derby), Cinemagic (Belfast)
  • Awards: National Young Filmmakers Award - Leeds, Cinemagic Young Filmmaker Award

CHILDREN OF THE POD

  • Directed by Jack Curtis & Nic Harvey
  • 4 mins, DV, 2005
  • Funders: Britfilms
  • Festivals: Bang! Film Festival (Nottingham), Metro Children's Short Film Festival (Derby)
  • Awards: Metro Children's Short Film Award

THE RIDES

  • Directed by Emily Woof
  • 14 mins, HDV, 2004
  • Funders: EM Media / FilmFour
  • Made as a pilot for the proposed feature film of the same name, starring Peter Mullan and Juliet Stevenson

THE SONG OF THE HOLY COW

  • Directed by Dena Smiles
  • 7 mins, DV, 2004
  • Funders: BBC Films / EM Media for BBC4
  • Festivals: Bang! Film Festival, Eat My Shorts (Derby), Shallow Shorts 100 (London), Hull International Short Film Festival, Riverside Festival (Nottingham), Bite The Mango International Film Festival (Bradford)

SAUSAGE

  • Directed by Al Clark
  • 90 secs, DV, 2004
  • Funders: Wellington Films
  • An attempt to break the world record for sausage eating in one minute

THE FASTEST MILKFLOAT IN THE WORLD

  • Directed by Al Clark & Rachel Robey
  • 10 mins, Digi Beta, 2003
  • Funders: EM Media / ITV Carlton - 'First Cut'
  • Festivals: POV (Cardiff), The Green Man Festival (Hay-on-Wye)
  • Broadcast: Carlton ITV1 - Jan/Feb 2004
  • A documentary that resulted in an attempt to break the world land speed record for electric milk floats. Read about it here

SHORT

  • Directed by Waris Islam
  • 8 mins, Digi Beta, 2003
  • Funders: UK Film Council / Screen Yorkshire - 'DV Shorts'
  • Festivals: Bang! Film Festival, Britspotting (Germany), POV (Cardiff), The Green Man Festival (Hay-on-Wye) SeNef (Seoul), BFM Film Festival (London), 0110 Digital Film Festival (New Delhi), Bitfilm Festival (Hamburg) CAN Film Festival, Leeds Int. Film Festival, Seagate Foyle Film Festival (Derry), Halloween Short Film Festival (London), Leeds Film Quarter, Hull Int. Short Film Festival, WOMAD (Reading), Burning Man Festival (Nevada), Shallowshorts 100 (London), Interfilm (Berlin), Opere Nuove Film Festival (Italy), Bohemians & Bourgeois (London), Festival CinéRail (Paris)
  • Awards: Best Sound - CAN - Khama Matiti & Colette Dahanne, Yorkshire Film Award nominee - Leeds

HEAR NO EVIL

  • Directed by Amanda Mundin
  • 10 mins, Super 16mm, 2002
  • Funders: EM Media / ITV Carlton - 'First Cut'
  • Festivals: Chicago Festival of Cinema for the Deaf, London Deaf Film Festival, Deaf in the Picture (Amsterdam), Australian Deaf Film & TV Festival (Sydney), F3 Film Festival (Copenhagen), Deaf Focus Film Festival (Edinburgh), Vision Sign Film Festival (Bristol), Dövfilmfestival (Stockholm), 2nd Maine Deaf Film Festival, Eat My Shorts (Derby), Deaf Rochester Film Festival (NY), 3rd Maine Deaf Film Festival, Tampa Deaf International Deaf Film Festival
  • Awards: 2nd in Audience Award - Rochester, Finalist – Eat My Shorts, Best Film (short catagory) – F3, Most Creative Use of Captioning – Chicago, Best Film and Best Actress nominee – British Deaf Film & TV Awards

THICK AS THIEVES

  • Directed by Iain Gray
  • 23 mins, DV, 2002
  • Funders: Hard Graft Theatre Co. / private investors
  • Screened: Profundus Subteranean Cinema, Nottingham
  • Based on the nationwide touring play by Mark Whiteley
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FAT GIRLS

  • Directed by Phil Matthews
  • 3 mins, DV, 2002
  • Funders: 4 Minute Wonders
  • Festivals: Edinburgh International Film Festival - Mirrorball
  • Broadcast: MTV Base

IN THE ZONE

  • Directed by Paul Eyres
  • 9 mins, Beta SP, 2002
  • Funders: East Midlands Arts

ROYALTY

  • Directed by Paul Andrew Wiiliams
  • 13 mins, Super 16mm, 2001
  • Funders: private investors
  • Festivals: London Film Festival, Brief Encounters (Bristol), Big Issue Film Festival, Bang! Film Festival (Nottingham), Singapore International Film Festival 2008, European Union Film Festival (Singapore) 2009
  • Broadcast: BBC3 - "The Shortest Night"
  • Awards: Kodak Autumn 2001 Short Film Showcase - runner up

A NICE LITTLE EARNER

  • Directed by Amanda Mundin
  • 7 mins, Super 16mm, 2001
  • Funders: EM Media / East Midlands Arts
  • Festivals: Best of British Shorts at Kino Film Festival (Manchester), Shine Shorts at The Bradford Film Festival
  • Awards: Kodak Autumn 2001 Short Film Showcase - shortlist

DOGGY BAG

  • Directed by Roger Knott-Fayle
  • 7 mins, Super 16mm, 2000
  • Funders: private investors

THE HIGH LIFE

  • Directed by Iain Gray
  • 10 mins, Super 16mm, 2000
  • Funders: East Midlands Arts / ITV Carlton - 'First Cut'
  • Broadcast: Carlton ITV1 - Nov 2000 & Notts TV - Jan 2015

TERRANCE GOES SHOPPING

  • Directed by Iain Gray
  • 3 mins, Super 16mm, 2000
  • Funders: EMMI
  • Festivals: Bang! Film Festival, POV (Cardiff), The Green Man Festival (Hay-on-Wye), Spitz (London), Raindance East Film Festival (London), Super Shorts, (London, Birmingham, Newcastle, Edinburgh)

MAKING IT BIG

  • Directed by Al Clark
  • 11 mins, Super 16mm, 2000
  • Funders: EMMI

BOXED IN

  • Directed by Rachel Robey
  • 8 mins, Super 16mm, 2000
  • Funders: EMMI

NUMBER 5

  • Directed by Al Clark
  • 5 mins, DV, 1999
  • Funders: Wellington Films
  • Festivals: "In The Frame" at Shots in the Dark International Crime & Mystery Film Festival (Nottingham)
  • Broadcast: FilmFour - "Short Attention Span Cinema"