DIR : JENNY LU
UNCANNY FILMS / DARK HORSE IMAGE
Unable to find a job, Tina, a Taiwanese recent graduate living in London, starts working in an illegal massage parlour as a receptionist. As she gradually comes to know the women in this most dysfunctional of artificial families, where sex lies at the core of everything, she sees how they struggle to find a way to make their lives work, with an undercurrent of violence and danger always lurking.
Taiwan National Best Screenplay Award
Winner of Emerging Director, Narrative Fiction in AAIFF, New York
Nomination Best Film Milan and
Salento International Film
Cinema Release (Taiwan)
Raindance Film Festival
AAIFF New York
Durban, Edinburgh, Milan and Salento Film Festival
Ginger is 16,983 kilometres away and missing her cousins. They're supposed to visit Australia this Christmas, but those plans are in serious jeopardy. Thank goodness video calls and text messages keep everyone close.
Sports-based comedy panel game hosted by Gavin and Stacey star James Corden and features Andrew Flintoff and Jamie Redknapp as team captains and John Bishop and Georgie Thompson were regular panelists for the first four series alongside two weekly guests. Jack Whitehall joined the cast as a regular panellist from the fifth series onwards.
Set Designer - Andrew Gates andrewgates.co.uk
If a Knight returned home but accidentally to the 21st century? A story about belonging in a big city.
KNIGHT Richard Keep
NYLON Tom Meeten
ALON Jel Djelal
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER Nina Luostarinen
CINEMATOGRAPHER Matthew Emvin Taylor
EDITOR Ermete Ricci
DIRECTOR/PRODUCER/WRITER Harriet Macdonald
PRODUCTION DESIGNER Kane Silks
ART DIRECTOR Teresa de Miguel
MAKEUP Natalie Viner, Nirvana Driver
COSTUME DESIGNER Katie Broome
COSTUMER ASSISTANT Stefania Tarantino
1st AC Tom Allen
2nd AC Raúl Menéndez
STEADICAM Emilio Schleppi
GAFFER Ben Millar
SPARK Takuya Jimbo
SOUND Freddie halliwell and Simon Richert ▼
SOUND DESIGN Mustafa Bal
COMPOSER Jon Boorman
COLOURIST Jason Wallis at ETC
PRODUCTION MANAGER Roberto Oliveri
1st AD Maria Tangala
2nd AD Lucas Kudapcenka
PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS Gintare Beinor, Stine Elverum Heggen, Harry Hansford, Joe O’shea
Joe and Asha are pursued down the platform at Paddington station by three men. Joe is caught and his backpack is ripped open, sending thousands of bank notes fluttering into the air. As Joe falls to the ground,we hear him start to tell us his story of how these events came to pass.
Half term: Joe is upset to learn that his mum and her horrible boyfriend Dean are going on holiday to Spain for a week, leaving Joe behind on his own. Dean is very clear about the ground rules: he tells Joe not to leave the flat, that being home alone is a secret and if the authorities find out, they will blame his Mum, and Joe will be taken into care.
Soon, the thought of his new found freedom excites Joe, yet when his mum doesn't call him on the first night, he starts to become anxious. Relief comes when he meets Asha, who is also feeling abandoned. She's had a fight with her mum and has, run away to live with her grandad, Otis, who lives next door to Joe. Joe likes the idea of having a friend but knows that this will make keeping his secret that much harder.
Alone in the flat, Joe has mastered basic cooking skills, so he moves onto a bit of DIY in an attempt to fix the toilet flush. He lifts the lid and discovers a package, left there by dodgy Dean. It's full of £20 notes, and it's got to be illegal!
Production Designer - David Craig
A black comedy about a Californian geek in search of his horror hero Boris Karloff. Fresh off the plane from Los Angeles, horror geek Merv Blanco holds forth in reverential ecstasy as he finally finds himself outside 36 Forest Hill Road, London, birthplace of his hero, screen legend Boris Karloff. But what awaits in the run-down kebab shop that occupies what was once the Karloff home, is not what Merv was expecting.
A room in an anonymous hotel, has a profoundly dark effect on all who stay there.
Julio Maria Martino
The Secret Life of Boys is a Zodiak Kids Studio production for CBBC in the UK and ABC in Australia, it filmed on location in Northern Ireland with funding from the Northern Ireland Screen Fund supported by Invest NI and part funded by the European Regional Development Fund.
Ginger Boxwell flies from Australia to the UK to spend the summer with four cousins she's never met before - how will she manage in a foreign country, with a new family? What she doesn't realise is that Matt, Robbie, Ethan and Chris are just as nervous about it as she is. Like every boy, these boys have their share of secrets. Not only are they keeping them from Ginger and their parents, but also from each other!
The boys discover that Ginger also has something she’s hiding. And it’s big. The game is afoot and they work tirelessly to uncover Ginger’s secret, all the while trying to protect their own. With Mum Corey, who likes to stir the pot and Dad Bob, who enjoys shaking the can, the summer will turn out to be fun, surprising, loud and messy!