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It’s Quicker By Hearse · The Tale of the Petitioning Housewife, the Protesting Schoolboy and the Campaign

Esther Johnson |

When Madge Elliot complained about the announced closure of her local train station in Hawick, her mother told her to do something about it, and that’s just what she did.....

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How We Are Now

Andrea Niada |

Peter and Douglas have been together for sixty years. As Douglas approaches his eighty-third birthday, the couple reflect on their age and changing relationship, offering an intimate view into how....

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Guerrillera

Elle Sillanpaa |

From inside an anonymous skyscraper, a night time cleaner reveals her secret former life as a Guerrilla fighter in Colombia. She and her partner covertly worked to educate peasants about....

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Glitch’s Story

David Hayes |

This short film tells a heartwarming story of a young girl called Glitch, who was made homeless at the age of 15. It captures how the charity XLP encouraged Glitch....

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Fishcakes & Cocaine

Alex Nevill |

Revolving around four unorthodox inhabitants of an isolated Hebridean peninsula, this documentary affords an insight into off-grid being, exploring the peculiarities of living in a harsh natural environment while intimately....

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Anonymous: A Million Men

Patrick Ireland |

They are the 99%. Join filmmaker Patrick Ireland as he tumbles down the rabbit hole, penetrating the very core of Anonymous in the build-up to the infamous ‘Million Mask March’....

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A Deep Breath

Justin Spray |

Director, Justin Spray, finds beauty in a municipal pool among the plasters and dirt as he follows the progress of a group of novice freedivers in London.....

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Why I Had an FGC

Suzanne Cohen |

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Love, Hate and Everything In between

Alex Gabbay |

Can empathy resolve issues of aggression and subjugation, where wars, politics and economic sanctions have failed?

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Hamedullah: The Road Home

Sue Clayton | ,

Feature film director Sue Clayton meets an Afghan teenager who has lived happily in the UK but at 18 is brutally deported back to a war zone he scarcely recognises. She gave him a camera to carry on filming. How will he survive? "It's like a jungle, innit.."

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