Guy, Girl, Ghost

It is Valentine’s Day and Ben has decided to ask Eilidh out. There’s only one problem – how can he get her to see him, when he’s dead?

Screen Education Edinburgh

Production Year

2016

Country

Primary Contact

James McKenzie

Educational institution

Screen Education Edinburgh

War With Words

A comment on media rhetoric. The game of Chinese whispers acts as a metaphor, representing how the media can manipulate and shape our perception of current affairs and personal politics – simply through their choice of words.

The Factory at Tyneside Cinema

Production Year

2017

Country

Primary Contact

Ryan Peebles

Educational institution

The Factory at Tyneside Cinema

I’m Not Funny

Caroline is a stand-up comedian at a crisis point, until she discovers the amazing Jokemaster 5000. Can the machine solve her problems?

Beacon Hill Arts

Production Year

2017

Country

Primary Contact

Lucy Robson

Educational institution

Beacon Hill Arts c.i.c

Be You

An animated media collage for a poem concerning body image, from the perspective of teenagers living in our media driven world. We see photoshopped images of celebrities, performers and sports stars, which aren’t real and just make us feel bad; we see close-ups of wobbly bits and skinny bones which don’t make us feel any better. The animation examines young people’s views on healthy, positive body images and the challenges they face from the media, their peers and society.

Stockton Riverside College, Tees Valley Arts, Stockton Public Health & MoreLife

Production Year

2017

Premiere

Country

Primary Contact

Robin Webb

Educational institution

Stockton Riverside College

Fixing the Pieces

After his father’s death, Thomas looks back on their relationship and the importance of family.

Screen Education Edinburgh

Production Year

2016

Country

Primary Contact

James McKenzie

Educational institution

Screen Education Edinburgh

Oasis

The Oasis Café in the west end of Newcastle provides a much-needed hub for a local community ravaged by government cuts. Here we meet three customers who share personal stories that are by turn tragic and life-affirming, and whose regular visits to the café reveal its importance in holding a splintered community together.

Northern Stars Documentary Academy at Tyneside Cinema

Production Year

2016

Country

Primary Contact

Ryan Peebles

Educational institution

Northern Stars Documentary Academy at Tyneside Cinema

Post 16B

A non-narrative film created by artists with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities.

Beacon Hill Arts

Production Year

2016

Country

Primary Contact

Lucy Robson

Educational institution

Beacon Hill Arts c.i.c

Attack of the Dinosaurs

A group of five friends defend their town against dinosaurs and other magical beings.

Production Year

2017

Country

Primary Contact

Zeph Purvis

Destination Mum

When Charlie’s mum dies in a car accident, he wants to go back to change the chain of events.

Screen Education Edinburgh

Production Year

2016

Country

Primary Contact

James McKenzie

Educational institution

Screen Education Edinburgh

The Beehive and the Bob

1960s Paris, city of romance, glamour and fashion. Hairdresser Monsieur Nelson has a dream of combing a new French hairstyle – The Beehive – onto the heads of his customers. But they all want The Bob, which, amongst other things, is British!

BFI Fiction Academy at Tyneside Cinema

Production Year

2017

Country

Primary Contact

Ryan Peebles

Educational institution

BFI Fiction Academy at Tyneside Cinema