Short movie by director Bradley Shemmell is finally ready for the festivals in April 2020 after three years in the making. The Fight features actors Sam Armfield and Livvie Gawn as they struggle through life’s challenges together.
The score was done by Susanne and Bradley Shemmell himself (big applause for Brad’s composer debut!!!)
Carmeline tells the story of a young woman who finds herself drawn in a battle against time when her own body starts attacking her by ageing unexpectedly.
Caspian Films joins the team!
We are delighted to announce that we are teaming up with Caspian Films, who will be producing our short film! We are so thrilled! We will go public very soon but we wanted to let you know first as you are a part of the Carmeline adventure!
Our film questions the relationship women have with ageing and our story is based on real experiences.
In order to do so, we have conducted filmed interviews as well as anonymous surveys where over 50 women between 27 and 75 years old, answered our questions. They shared with us the feelings and thoughts the process of ageing triggers in them, from personal experiences to the way they feel represented in society nowadays. We are now amending our script based on their testimonies and precious feedback.
41st Elche International Independent Film Festival
Best Professional Animation
9th La Truca Festival Internacional de Animación
Audience Award (Fiction & Experimental)
Montreal Feminist Film Festival 2018
Best Animation Jury Award
T.R.A.me Indipendenti 2018
Best Short Audience Award
T.R.A.me Indipendenti 2018
2nd Female Filmmakers Fuse
7th Kuandu International Animation Festival (KDIAF)
Le petit Cannes 2018
Random Acts Awards, London Short Film Festival 2019
Underwire Film Festival 2018
Little Wing film festival 2019
Aesthetica Film Festival 2018 Stars of Students – Hiroshima Animation Festival 2018 World Panorama – Zagreb Animafest 2018 16th Fantoche Animation Festival 2018 Latitude Festival 2018 Cannes ANNY program – Marché du film 2018
Man and the Mountain is a timelapse of the Dolomiti Mountains by Jack Bolshaw. The aim of ‘Man and the Mountain – A Dolomiti Timelapse’ is to raise awareness about the fragility of the Italian Dolomites and inspire potential mountain visitors to properly educate themselves about mountain etiquette and culture. Music by yours truly! Hope you enjoy
On a cold November morning after watching ‘YES MAN’ I was feeling extra nice and somehow took it upon myself to help my friends from Twiceful Mind to make a virtual instrument out of their newest single. The Duo just released their music video, which is incredibly stunning – it’s filmed in Italian ruins! Have a look here.