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WE ARE HERE ISTANBUL (shot & edited on Iphone)

There is such a thing as being in Istanbul and missing Istanbul… This video shot and edited on Iphone. Music by legendary Moğollar – Dağ […]

Stop and Search – Short Film

If you’re black in the UK, the police are 10 times more likely to stop and search you. How would they feel if it was […]

Asia Alive – A Southeast Asia Travel Video

What is a life well-lived? That is the question I have been pondering for quite some time now, and looking back through my years of […]


Another short film in the Down our Street series.Featuring Stalybridge, a small town in the foot of the Pennines.

Other Voices: Ava & Bianca

The number of women in the film and television industries has been on a slow but steady increase with campaigns for equal representation, in front […]

Blending of Time

Suspending audiences between the tactile art world and the immateriality of the cosmos is one of Hennessy’s most immersive artistic collaborations to date, Harmonics; a […]

Nowness Shorts: Kama’āina

Director Kimi Howl Lee points her lens to a neglected corner of the United States’ paradise island of O‘ahu. The relatively low-income neighborhood of Wai’anae […]


Luko TV ads directed by Günther Gheeraert Agency: Hors Ecran Produced by Sixtine Producer: Simon Tranié
 Assistant: Pauline Billerey Director: Günther Gheeraert
 DP: Antoine Carpentier […]

Constructed Views: Stone Cut

An architectural marvel has sat incomplete in a residential corner of Barcelona since its architect, Antoni Gaudí, died during construction in 1926. For decades, La […]

LoveSick: Somewhere

“This project takes its shape from a conversation recorded between Rachelle and Toby, a real couple, living in Brooklyn,” says director Ariel Danziger. “I wanted […]

They Call Me… Zef

Director Jessica Barclay Lawton follows Zef Valdes, a 21-year-old genderqueer environmental practices student, in an intimate portrait of her life in Cairns, Australia. Lawton’s aim—as […]


Director Benjamin Madgwick collaborates with hairstylist Claire Moore in a project that tests the audience’s comfort levels by inserting hair into unusual and disturbing places. […]