PROJECTS 8000 FT
A Way Of Life
End To End
New With Tags
In Search of Speed
Nick Reynolds: Impressions
The Boy Next Door
Russian Winter ‘Fatal Flaw’
Really Really Drunk
Forever Yours, Annie
Wassail No More
Girls, Ghosts and other Supernatural Things
Return to Sendai
Livedock: Sessions ‘Warface’ by Dub Mafia
Welcome to The Woods
Cold Cup of Coffee
Unknown to some, Bristol is one of the largest ballooning cities in the UK. As the ballooning capital, Bristol has built up a large thriving community full of experienced balloonists. Hosting one of the UK’s most popular ballooning events, thousands of tourists visit the south west to view and experience the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta. Clive Bailey, director of Bailey Balloons, is the flight director for the fiesta. Following Clive on a balloon flight, we find out how he got into flying and how he turned his passion into a business.
Clive and Jo Bailey. Located in Bristol, Bailey Balloons offer hot air balloon flights from Bristol, Bath and South Wales. Bailey Balloons is run by Jo and Clive Bailey who are passionate balloonists and pride themselves on their friendly, personal approach, and excellent customer service. [www.baileyballoons.co.uk]
CREW Producer/Director Camera Operator Camera Operator Additional Camera Sound Recordist Additional Sound Sound Visual Effects Editor
Anna Rashleigh Fabian Martin Liz Boyles Anna Rashleigh Josh Kirkcaldy Henry Mitchell Chris Waywell Matthew Falconer Rosie Marchant
This installation is based on the film ‘8000FT’ which follows Clive and Jo Bailey and illustrates their passion for ballooning. The experience represents the phases of a balloon flight. Be prepared to be transported into the skies over the city of Bath.
Shaun and Peter are forced to leave home. On their journey we will discover who can be the leader as they venture out of the woods. You will never guess where the danger comes from.
Written and Directed by Produced by Cinematography by Sound by Edited by Music by Assistant Director Camera Assistant Costume
Piers Rossiter Nadia Dunn Angie Bolea James Beale Jade Melhuish Alexander Mavor Colan Belshaw Keith Scott Hannah Tribe
Alfie Hepper Max Carter
A WAY OF LIFE
SYNOPSIS Situated in the heart of the New Forest, surrounded by wildlife and woodland, “A Way of Life” immerses us in the natural world. The film deals with the controversial subject of deer hunting and suggests that we have become too removed from our real roots and from the natural environment that surrounds us.
CREW A film by Nathan J. Haynes Director of Photography Fabian Martin Director of Audiography Sean Addicott Art Director/Illustrator Bradley Jay Editor Nathan J. Haynes Storyteller/Editor Nadia Dunn Soundtrack Sean Addicott James Godwin Nathan J. Haynes Handbook/Design Mark Fox
CONTRIBUTORS Charly Green Martina Green & Family
In the future there is a co-existence of two Earths. When Nuka arrives to the original Earth she has a mission: Return Otto. Nuka is on her search whilst she is documenting information about the human urban lifestyle. Finally she finds Otto, living comfortably in this new world. He explains how he doesn’t want to return to their planet, and shows her the beauty this new Earth has for them. They both begin to live a different life, which is suddenly disrupted.
Writer & Director Angie Bolea Cinematographer Piers Rossiter Editor Adam Lyduch Sound Artist James Beale Producers Angie Bolea Piers Rossiter Executive Producer Toni de Torres Line Producer Nadia Dunn Assistant Director Colan Belshaw Camera Assistant Joe Murrell Sound Assistant Angel Rosa Script Supervisor Patrick Dane Graphic Designer Liam Roberts Stills Photographer Jo Hislop Make Up Artist Geetraj Kaur Art Direction Hannah Tribe Reuben Gaines Electronics James Dalby Music Tullis Rennie Marc Marín & Mr. (…)
Nuka Mina Renoir Otto Charlie Guest Jealous girlfriend Carmen Gabriele Unlucky guy Adam Blake Radio Voice Angus Brown Dark Figures Chris Saltmarsh Adam Lyduch
Loosely based upon an old Japanese folktale, ‘Kitsune’ follows Tamamo, a beautiful and curious fox , who is also a messenger for the spirits of the wood. The forest is dying, slowly being wiped out by a malevolent and powerful force. While tending to the trees’ wounded bark, Tamamo meets one of the creatures responsible for the destruction of her home. It seems that he has been assigned the task of killing her. Tamamo must outsmart this predator but perhaps she can change him and also save her world.
Jade Melhuish Patrick Dane Josh Osmond Chris Waywell Hannah Cowell Harrie Hochkins Colan Belshaw Abi Harman Alice Bizarre Greg Slater Matt Falconer Jess Vine Joseph Jones Josh Kirkcaldy Jasmine Moorman Keith Scott
Director, Producer & Writer Co-Producer Director of Photography Sound Assistant Director Lighting Camera Assistant, AD Art Director Make Up Editor Colourist VFX Production Assistant Production Assistant Poster Design Stills Photographer
Kezia Khomasurya Jim Liu
Tamamo the Fox Miura the Hunter
END TO END
SYNOPSIS This is the story of the emotional ups and downs of four cyclists who together undertake the incredible challenge of cycling from John O’Groats to Lands End in support of Macmillan Cancer Support. Concentrating on the emotional and physical challenge of their journey, this reveals a constant battle against weather and terrain through the beautiful natural landscapes of the United Kingdom.
CREW Producer/Director James Beale Cinematographer Luke Stanbury Assisstant Producer Hugh Farrow Editor Piers Rossiter Sound Design Jammy Macarthur Motion Graphics Noah Campeau
CONTRIBUTORS James Beale
Liam Tepper Simon Lock
WEBSITE www.fromend2end.wordpress.com www.justgiving.com/fromend2end
NEW WITH TAGS
Tom is running away to a city where no one can find him. He’ll swap skinny jeans and a shirt for tracky bottoms and a baseball cap. He’ll get a job in manual labour, keep himself to himself as well as drinking beer and participating in seedy sexual behaviour.
Writer/ Director Producer Dir. of Photography Composer Lighting Camera Assistant Production Sound 2nd Assistant Director Artist Art Direction Colour Grade Editor Post Production Sound
Matthew Nesbeth Rosie Marchant Adam Lyduch George Downes Robert Jewitt Luke Stanbury Henry Mitchell Harrie Hochkins Anita Marie McBride Darius Greasley Josh Osmond Adam Lyduch Jammy MacArthur
Tom Voiceover Chris Women
Matt Gras James Merchant Paul Gleeson Carmen Gabriele Marley Hamilton Alana Cooper
Coal Face explores the struggles that the coal mining communities of South Wales suffered in the wake of the Miners’ Strike of 1984-85. Multiple testimonies from ex miners, union members and brass band members reveal an array of opinions that question whether the strikes have meant the end of a sense of community tradition that was always intrinsically linked to the coal mining industry.
CREW Director/Producer/Editor Luke Stanbury Cinematographer Joseph Stafford Co-Producer Hugh Farrow
CONTRIBUTORS Brian Thomas – Ex-Miner Katie Francis – Powell Dyffrun Mine Employee Derek Holvey MBE – Bandmaster Treherbert Silver Band Wayne Thomas – N.U.M Representative South Wales Gareth Davies - Workingmen’s Club Employee David Williams – Big Pit Tour Guide Peter Walker – Big Pit Tour Guide
Some people would prefer the 1980’s to be forgotten but as this exclusive real life account explains, no where is safe. Anthony is a respectable middle class man, who lives in a respectable middle class estate, for him, appearances are everything. While tending to his well kept garden, he makes a very disturbing discovery, one that has curtains twitching. In his panic, Anthony has nowhere else to turn than ‘19H80’s Ltd’, a crack team of problem solvers that offer a service in complete discretion.
Directed by Darius Greasley Robert Jewitt Matthew Nesbeth Produced by Matthew Nesbeth Writer Darius Greasley Screenplay Robert Jewitt Matthew Nesbeth Director of Photography Tom Hines Production Sound Henry Mitchell Additional Boom Op Jack Crocker Production Assistant Gordon Wilson Make Up Artist Chantelle Davies Edited by Matthew Nesbeth Gordon Wilson Audio/VFX Tav Flett
Gav Anthony Dale Neighbour 80’s Head
Paul Gleeson Paul Tonkin Christian Taylor Rachel Husband Mark Pointing
Oscar, a deep sea diver has been forced to retire after an accident causing him to lose his wife. In the small fishing village where he now lives there’s nothing to make him want to stay apart from the memory of his wife and the small fish shop they owned together. But his world is turned upside down when a mischievous young boy gets stuck in a underwater cave and Oscar is the only one who can save him.
Producer Joshua Kirkcaldy Director Joshua Osmond First AD Patrick Dane DOP Keith Scott Camera Assist Ollie Green Sound Recordist Henry Mitchell Sound Assistant Joshua Kirkcaldy Art Director Abi Harman Location Scout Joe Jones Clapper George Casting Director Nadia Dunn Sound Editor Hannah Cowell Editor Joshua Kirkcaldy VFX Ollie Green Colour Grading Matthew Falconer Story Joshua Osmond Screenplay Joshua Osmond Patrick Dane
Oscar Samantha Nikolas Man Crowd
Matthew Roberton Fiona Honan Xavier Kirkcaldy Colan Belshaw David Kingsbury Paul Worden Clair Worden
SYNOPSIS The East and West have collided; Moscow has swept through Europe and the British Isles are under occupation. In a skirmish with American planes, Natalya Raskova, a naïve young pilot in the USSR’s air force, is shot down. She wakes to find herself in an abandoned warehouse.
With relief not coming for days, Natalya realises she must fend for herself, and here is when she meets British Partisan, Evelyn Grant. What will happen when the two women collide?
CREW Writer & Director Colan Belshaw Producer Joshua Kirkcaldy DOP Angie Bolea Camera Ollie Green First AD Jade Melhuish Piers Rossiter Camera Assistant Keith Scott Sound Chris Waywell James Macarthur Art Director Abi Harman Editor Adam Lyduch Visual effects Tav Flett Colour Grading Matthew Falconer
CAST Natalya Gabriela Nagyova Evelyn Tessa McGinn Girl Jade Kurns Rescue Team Chris Foster Jason Nash Peter Czerwiec Chris Southwood John Cash Al Burlinson Dead Bodies Keith Scott Josh Kirkcaldy Matthew Bradley David McMillan
IN SEARCH OF SPEED
In Search of Speed documents the Bloodhound team, as they begin the manufacturing stage of the current land speed record contender, Bloodhound SSC. Featuring key members of the team, we learn about the problems and challenges of building a 1000mph car, as well as the ulterior motives behind this remarkable project.
CREW Keith Scott Ollie Green Chris Waywell Anna Rashleigh Josh Osmond Josh Kirkcaldy Tav Flett
CONTRIBUTORS Director and Producer Director of Photography Sound Recording and Editor Editor and Distribution Colourist Sound Recordist Graphics Supervisor
Richard Noble Andy Green Mark Chapman Tony Parraman Ron Ayers Annie Berrisford Jules Tipler
Project Director Driver Chief Engineer Head of Sponsor Liaison Aerodynamicist Turnaround Engineer Public Relations
NICK REYNOLDS: IMPRESSIONS
SYNOPSIS Impressions is a short documentary exploring the life of Nick Reynolds, harmonica player of the Alabama 3, son of Great Train Robber, Bruce Reynolds, and Britain’s leading death mask sculptor. We delve into Nick’s world, attempt to uncover his past and realise how this has led to the life that he now leads. We try to understand what makes a man want to cast the dead, and what death masks might mean to a modern society, as well as to the artist that created them.
CREW Director Joseph Stafford Camera & Sound Jack Nial Lewis Luke Stanbury
CONTRIBUTOR Nick Reynolds
THE BOY NEXT DOOR
The Boy Next Door tells the story of Dan, a young teenage boy, and his dislike for his next door neighbour, James. Dan’s best friend Amy thinks he is overreacting but when she suddenly disappears all of Dan’s extreme views of James transform into stark reality. Dan keeps hitting dead ends in his search for Amy, but James is on his tail and knows what he is up to.
Directed and Produced Joseph Jones Liz Boyles Story Joseph Jones DOP Ollie Green Camera 2nd Unit Keith Scott Sound Greg Slater Josh Kirkcaldy Editor Keith Scott Art Direction Joseph Jones Liz Boyles Music Kevin Jones
Dan Amy James Beverly Police CSI Teacher
Nick Jackson Beth Milton Ed Britton Fiona Honan Jade Melhuish Colan Belshaw Liz Boyles Josh Kirkcaldy Liz Boyles
THE RUSSIAN WINTER ‘fatal flaw’
SYNOPSIS An electro-symphonic expanded cinema experience, this screening is a preview of visuals and music being created in collaboration with industry professionals and UWE Media Practice students. The final piece is due for release in the winter of 2012.
FILM CREW Directors Jimini Roper Joel Skinner Producers Judith Aston Jess Robins Jenni Butterworth Camera Operators Angie Bolea Alden Roberts Assistant Camera Colan Belshaw Sound Recordists Henry Mitchell Jammy Macarthur Lighting Rob Jewitt Studio Techniques Dave Neal Editor Jimini Roper Production Assistants Adam Coombs Marcus Dahl Rita Madeira Nancy Pilgrim Art Direction Rob Jewitt Wardrobe/Set Design Alden Roberts
CREDITS Concept, original music, and lyrics Marcus Dahl Compositor Adam Coombs Sound mix and production Adam Coombs Paul Moylan Stew Jackson Concept development Judith Aston Marcus Dahl Jimini Roper Film Script Jimini Roper Script supervisor Rob Jewitt
SYNOPSIS One woman’s story of her return to her birth country, to spend her final days in England.
CREW Director and Producer Thomas Hines Production Assistants Peter Swaffer Reynolds Paul Nabor Alex Ellis
CONTRIBUTOR Patricia B Robinson
Following the stories of four individuals as their lives interweave. All living under one roof, this multi-narrative story portrays the confusion of life when only witnessing an event from a singular perspective. This short film explores each characters struggle with their self image and how they’re perceived by others.
Writer/Director Joseph Murrell Script Editor Patrick Dane Producer Nadia Dunn Sound James Macarthur Editor Joseph Murrell First AD Piers Rossiter Cinematographers Ollie Green Adam Lyduch Visual Effects Tav Flett Jack O’Dowd
Sarah Tomo Garth Lilly Joel Lilly mum (Voice) Voice Over tape
Nathalie Intven Harrison Barnes Tim J Henly Georgia Colins Dan Gaisford Karen Dunn Martin Tomms
SYNOPSIS A music video created for electronic artist Max Cooper. Sunni Brummit (UK B-Boy Champion) ‘breaks’ to the remixed track of FC Kahuna’s ‘Hayling’. Partly filmed on high speed camera, and partly in an underground crypt, Hayling brings an atmospheric, ethereal feel to the art of B-Boy dance.
CREW Director and Editor Joseph Murréll Producer Reuben Gaines Camera Adam Lyduch Ollie Green Joseph Murréll Rod Gray Color Grading Jack O’Dowd Graphic Design Reuben Gaines
CONTRIBUTORS B-BOY- Sunni Brummit MUSIC- ‘Hayling’ by FC Kahuna Ft. Hadis Huld (Max Cooper Remix)
When her life in the future is destroyed by a powerful technology, one woman travels back in time to destroy the device that started it all and to teach the creators a lesson. She’ll protect her family from the terrors they faced, even if this means the end of the world.
Writer Gordon Wilson Producer Jennifer Robbins Director Harrison Hotchkins Camera Tim Petherick James Gates Ash Farkas Sound Chris Kenyon Chris Waywell VFX/Colour Matthew Falconer Editor Gordon Wilson
Marley Hamilton Ollie Gyani Philip Pover
Natalie Mark George
REALLY REALLY DRUNK
A humorous look into the life of a Mexican ‘Agave worm’. A 5-minute music video following the worms night as it gets drunkenly passed around a party trapped in an old bottle of Mezcal. Will he survive through it, or will the fate of every ‘Agave Worm’ rest in the balance?
Puppet Design Georgina White Jack Lewis Puppeteer Georgina White Sound Jack Lewis VFX Jack Lewis Camera Operator Thomas Hines First A-D and Assistant Matthew Nesbeth Art Direction Jack Lewis Thomas Hines Editing Jack Lewis Produced and Directed Jack Lewis
Barry Lewis Finbar Lenahan Daniel Spackman Azir Ali Jack Bailey Will Tilzey Erin Murphy Tom Lowther Joss Cullen George Newman George Mccallum Hannah Schmitz Jessica Warby Isabelle Lindsey-Clark Naomi Kain
FOREVER YOURS, ANNIE
George struggles to remember the present, but he remembers details of his past. Set in the 1940’s, Forever Yours, Annie is the story of how two lonely children find safety in each others arms and re-discover how to be children in such an adult time. Can they fight through personal battles and maintain the innocence of young love?
Writer & Director Hugh Farrow Producer Hugh Farrow Darius Greasley Cinematographer Luke Stanbury Camera Joseph Stafford Sound James Beale Art Direction Emma Loveridge Edit Hugh Farrow Make Up Artist Chantelle Davies Kate Gordon Cotswold Make Up
George Dowson Marie-Claire Smith Martha Furnival Elliot Cass Phillip Applegate
Older George Helen Annie Young George Annie’s Father
A short screwball comedy about fashions, faux pas and fitting in. Gwendolyn has never been very good with people, she’d much rather hang out with her fish and her painting. But she knows that this cannot go on forever. Taking aim on those whom she thinks have got it all worked out, our unfortunate heroine is soon to find out that people aren’t always who they appear to be. In a tornado of colour, outfits and blunder, Gwen’s relentless energy seems to have no bounds, Those big heads who stand in her way better beware! With an original soundtrack ranging from Rock ‘n Roll to Electro Dance, this is a film that can be summed up in no other way than pure unadulterated fun!
CREW Writen and Directed by Rob Jewitt Producer Rosie Marchant Director of Photography Ollie Green 1st AD Patrick Dane Sound Recording Hannah Cowell Henry Mitchelll Lighting Harrie Hochkins Editor Robert Jewitt Grading Jimini Roper Post Sound Robert Jewitt Jammy MacArthur Assistant Matthew Nesbeth Music Jassen Summogum Millionway
CAST Gwendolyn Daniel Stella Teddy
Alice Maria Sparey Marcus Carroll Hannah Chidwick Alex Ranahan
WASSAIL NO MORE
A short documentary about the ancient tradition of Wassailing, a celebration which takes place every year in the Somerset village of Carhampton, when villagers come together to bless the apple trees and drive away the evil spirits. ‘Wassail No More’ follows the Community Wassail who have taken over from the original Pub Wassail which ended this year. In the film we meet the older villagers who care passionately about the wassailing ritual and who are desperately trying to keep this age-old tradition going with their love and memories of how the community used to be.
CREW Liz Boyles Adam Lyduch Fabian Martin Greg Slater
CONTRIBUTORS Producer, Director, Interviewer, Colour Grader, Additional Sound Recordist Editor, Camera (Wassail Night) Camera Operator, Lighting Sound Editor, Sound Recordist
Hilary Binding Keith Jones Roger Wilkins Jack Husebo Ron Husebo
Author and Local Historian Orchard Owner & Wassail Leader Traditional Cidermaker Wassailer Wassailer
Society is on the brink of collapse after every single government in the world has mysteriously disappeared. England is fractured by power struggles between rioters and police. Serious moral and theological questions are being asked. A family of three are as separated from each other as the world that they inhabit; they struggle to come to terms with their shattered lives as their existence continues to deteriorate. And all the while the forgotten question hangs in the background, ‘How did the Government disappear?”
CREW Director Patrick Dane Producer Patrick Dane DoP Josh Osmond Co-Producer Jade Melhuish Art Direction Abi Harmen Editor Patrick Dane Sound Design Patrick Dane VFX Matthew Wood Sound Chris Waywell, Josh Kirkcaldy, Joe Murrell, Reuben Gaines, Patrick Dane Assistants Colan Belshaw, Keith Scott, Jimini Roper, Matthew Falconer, Harrison Hotchkins
CAST Omri Rose Bex Jones Tony Manders Pearl Legay Clarke Ed Coutts Britton Nigel Harvey
Officer Rockford Amelia Rockford Bishop Rockford Officer Mary Elizabeth Rev. Geoffrey Carlston
Philip and Grace have their fair share of arguments, after being married for several years the honeymoon period is definitely over. Philip is away from home a lot and it is taking its toll on Grace. After his return from a business trip, another argument develops and Philip has an accident. His best friend Dan is left wondering what happened to his friend and tries to put the pieces together to find out what really happened.
CREW Producer Joshua Kirkcaldy Director Joshua Kirkcaldy DOP Joshua Osmond Sound Recordist Henry Mitchell Art Director Abi Harman Sound Editor Hannah Cowell Editor Joshua Kirkcaldy Casting Director Nadia Dunn Writer Joshua Kirkcaldy
CAST Philip Grace Dan
Alan Medcroft Gemma Reynolds Peter Pascoe
Alternate Reality Game
GIRLS, GHOSTS AND OTHER SUPERNATURAL THINGS
An Alternate Reality Game following Alice White, as she struggles to enjoy life with an absent father, an abusive mother, and very few friends in the big scary city of Bristol. She has nothing to do with her time but her art. But after meeting Adam, a suspicious yet seemingly friendly gentleman, her world starts to fall into chaos with terrifying nightmares, demonic visions and the anxiety of loneliness driving her close to insanity.
Creative Producer Writer Mixed-media Director
Hayley Saunders as Alice White Jake Spurle as Adam Stone Steph Kiddle as Laura Ben Clingan as Sam Grest
WEBSITE CONTRIBUTORS Rob Jewitt, Matt Falconer, Patrick Dane, Matt Nesbeth, Darius Greasley and Reuben Gaines.
BLOG: alicewhite113.blogspot.co.uk YOUTUBE: www.youtube.com/hellhoundslayer4u
RETURN TO SENDAI
SYNOPSIS A view of Japan living in the aftermath of the 2011 Tohoku disaster, built from the personal testimonies from some of those who lived through the earthquake and tsunami. Travelling with volunteer workers, the film offers a personal insight into the lives of people rebuilding their community.
CREW Directed and shot by Greg Slater Editor Ben Edwards Sound Design Jammy Macarthur Composer Lionel Ziblat Grading Jimini Roper
CONTRIBUTORS Kaori Slater Masahiro Oodo Hiroshi Takahashi Nobuyoshi Uchiumi
LIVEDOCK: SESSIONS ‘warface’ by dub mafia
Livedock Sessions work closely with the artist to create something that’s somewhere in between a live session, a VJ set and a music video. We are still not sure how to define it, but we know we like it.
CREW Director & Producer Reuben Gaines Edit Reuben Gaines DOP Fabian Martin, Reuben Gaines Camera Nathan Haynes, Angie Bolea, Tim Petherick Art Direction Matthew Parsons First AD Emma Loveridge Sound Engineer Rory Sound Engineer Assist Joanne Pires, Jim Rylatt Projection Screen Edit Rob Jewitt Projection Contributors Greg Slater, Joe Murrell, Rob Jewitt Lighting James Dalby, Edd Burrel Stills Photography Alli Parry Graphic Design Tom Rogers Motion Graphics Design Jimini Roper
CONTRIBUTORS Dub Mafia
Vocals- Eva DJ/Cuts- Snafu Guitar- Maf Percussion- Jago Drums- Andrew Bass- Dave Keys- Aron Sound- Rory
WELCOME TO THE WOODS
An experimental short film that follows a small girl as she walks through the woods. However, unknown to her, she is being followed. Can she escape the man who is hunting her down or can she stop him before he stops her?
CREW Director Joe Murrell Producer Joseph Jones First AD Reuben Gaines Art Direction Jade Melhuish Joseph Jones Camera Joe Murrell Adam Lyduch Edited by Adam Lyduch Sound James McArthur
CAST Little Girl Gunman 1 & 2
Daisy Moloney Keith Scott
COLD CUP OF COFFEE SYNOPSIS
A short film following the interactions of a couple in a busy diner / café environment who have seemingly never met before. But as their conversation continues, we slowly learn of the uncomfortable nature of their meeting and how they actually may after all know each other only too well.
Producers Simon Tibbo Christopher Hewitt Jimini Roper Writen by Christopher Hewitt Directed by Simon Tibbo Jimini Roper DoP Jimini Roper Sound Recordist Henry Mitchell Sound Edit Greg Slater Still Photography Dean Fuidge
Natalie Jamie Waitress Extras
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