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A Bad Romance
Bex Bradshaw, 2022

Maggie, a love-starved woman, meets Melvin, a double-dealing loser in a forum for fans of classic romantic cinema. She’s hopeful he’s her real life Romeo. It turns out he’s really anything but.
Love, Relationships, Desparation


Joshua D Amar, 2021
| After being catfished into an online sexual encounter, a college student flees a horrific vision of a stranger who might be blackmailing him with a non-consensual recording.
Blackmail, Horror, Internet
Deep Clean
B Welby, 2021
| Maddie is tasked with cleaning the house of a hoarder, an old woman who recently died. As she starts to become increasingly paranoid that she is not alone, Maddie faces a horrifying reality.
Death, Supernatural, World-of-Work


Andej Gavriss, 2021

A musician in the deep state of a creative crisis is signed to a rehab programme at the highly protected, isolated
sanatorium that promises a lifetime warranty for endless inspiration.
Addiction, Cult, Fame


Lesson 7
Neil Linpow, 2020
| Having downloaded a self help programme devised and narrated by the enigmatic Max, we follow Ash as he prepares to tackle Lesson 7: Confronting Death. A twisting journey of anguish.
Conflict, Violent
The Retreat
Marcus Anthony Thomas, 2020
| Mia is a young woman who struggles to cope with the aftermath of a traumatic event that has changed her life forever. She seeks out the help of a secretive retreat.
Violent, Cult


Dog Skin
Tiago Teixeira, 2019

A man in a self-imposed exile finds a stray dog and a mystery to boot. As he obsesses, he begins to question his sanity. Who
is the woman that appears in his home every night? A supernatural tale.
Something Evil Becomes Us
T. J. Penton, 2019
| Alex Levi has suffered throughout her life. Loss and grief has caused her to question everything, this then leads her to become victim to vandalism against her Jewish heritage. Things quickly become critical.
Religion, Identity
Raymond Wood, 2019
| When a reputable doctor finds himself being held captive by a group of masked intruders, he struggles to understand their motives whilst answering their questions about medical research.
Yfke Van Berckelaer, 2019

Lili knows she has to nail this audition. The man she auditions for knows this too. Thus starts an uncomfortable cat and
mouse game in this #metoo-inspired horror about the misuse of power.
Emotional, Supsense


Iphigenia’s Night
Albert Ventura, 2018

Driving home from the airport, Jie is forced onto a different path, where he runs into a stranger with a message
from a mysterious organisation and embarks on a new assignment.
Samantha Severin, 2018
| A nameless girl spends her nights alone, speaking to strangers on her webcam. Disguising herself to remain anonymous, she soon realises the viewers know too much about her.
A Doll Distorted
Niall Shukla, 2018
| Jane suffers from haphephobia – the pathological fear of touch. Tormented by years of loneliness and isolation, she orders a synthetic love doll, with horrific consequences.
Be Uncertain
Jack Carrivick, 2018
Stuck in a stagnant routine, JD finally does the unexpected only to wish he hadn’t. Now full of uncertainty, he must try
and regain control of his life, just like it was before.
Status-Quo, Change


The Choke
Chris Fowles, 2017
| In the final hours before curtain up on opening night, a young male dancer agonises over how far to push his and his females partner’s final perilous move.
Man is Hunter
Leila Basma, 2017
| Rami deals with the same nightmare every night: he kills an unknown man with a dark silhouette. To finally get rid of these dark dreams, he decides to give up on sleeping.
Dreams, Insomnia
Wash Club
Simon Dymond, 2017

When an aspiring journalist hears rumours of a tumble-drier cult on campus, he launches an investigation that quickly snowballs
into a social phenomenon. Based on a true story.
Uni, True Story


Listen to Me
Rob Ayling, 2016
| A musicologist moves into an apartment just before New Year’s Eve. A few nights later she is woken by an argument coming from next door and records the sounds – tragedy ensues.
New Year, Tragedy
The Sticks
Jamie Delaney & Russell Davidson, 2016
| A re-telling of classic Celtic mythological themes. All is not what it seems at all and that which seems certain can change rapidly into something unexpected and dark.
Folklore, Myth.
Carl Shanahan, 2016
| An unsettling look at the ritualistic nature of dinner. Four children hope to make it through one family meal by adhering to their intimidating mother. But what’s being served?
Lock In
Neville Pierce, 2016
| When a menacing stranger traps a landlord and his pregnant daughter in their pub, a game of cat and mouse begins. Funded through BFI/Creative England’s iShorts initiative.
Pregnant, Trapped.


Sleeping Dogs
Chris Fowles, 2015
| Part crime thriller, part coming of age drama-comedy, Sleeping Dogs sees a former thief, recently released from prison, embark on an eventful beach holiday with his family.
Crime, Family
A Private Man
Simon Wade & Paul Wade, 2015
| Taking place almost entirely inside a block of flats in an unconfirmed location. The repairman lives and works alone in the flats where he is employed to fix a variety of problems.
Mystery, World-of-Work
Remy Bazerque, 2015

A modern take on mythological punishments that last an eternity, Cerberus is the tale of two brothers who torment each
other time and again in a scenario they can never escape.
The Elevator
James Christi-Murray & Cameron Griffith, 2015
| Ellie receives a distressed call from her friend in need but when she arrives at the apartment building, things take a dark turn for Ellie in this chilling short film.
Vincent Paronnaud, 2015
| 1957, Ossau Valley, France. Pierre reaches the summer pasture with his dog and flock of ewes. He is afraid of the wolf but he isn’t aware of a more savage threat: a paratroopers’ squad.
Conflict, Historical


A Stranger Kind
Ollie Murray, 2014
| In a seedy cabaret club a young girl is rescued from her fate by the hand of a bloodthirsty stranger. What will her outcome be? Featuring a score by Cats Eyes, recorded at Abbey Road.
James Sharpe, 2014
| Fibs is the subtle and nuanced tale of Naomi, a teenage girl who is lost in a fantasy, and who will say anything as she attempts to win back her older ex-boyfriend. Will her plan succeed?
Relationship, Teenager
Jonny Phillips, 2014

Sometimes you can’t see the woods for the trees… An ancient oak tree awakens a jaded tree surgeon to the intensity of life, when a
routine job suddenly turns out to be anything but.
Black and White
Richard Williamson, 2014
| Surviving a surprise sex party with your soul intact is tough in this wickedly dark psychological short. Welcome to the Black and White midnight party- what other surprises will occur?
Caleb Wissun-Bhide, 2014
| An urban relationship drama with a supernatural subtext. Leroy returns home one night to find his wife Becca has locked him out. Can he make amends before the sun comes up?
Relationships, Supernatural, Urban
Former Things
Adam R. Brown, 2014
Alex, a travel-worn survivor in a desolate world, returns to his childhood home to find not only artefacts of his
youth, but also the plague-ridden body of his recently deceased father.
Origins, Family
Richard Williamson, 2014
| In the near future, social networking has moved out of the virtual world and into the physical. A confronting portrait of a world we may soon know too well.
Sci-Fi, Social Media


Shaun Hughes, 2013

A lone figure travelling through rural Spain is caught up in a tragic accident, sending
him spinning into a world of loss, darkness and pain.
Dark, Injury, Travel
Paul Mallison, 2013
| In Harder, Mallison explores the emotional consequences of a teenage boy having to live with domestic abuse.
Family, Relationship, Abuse
The Grand
Simon Dymond, 2013
| On the streets of Nottingham, the lives of three characters collide over a single night. The Grand weaves through the underbelly of the city.
City, Urban


The Dark Night – Black Hearted Love
Daniel Marini, 2012

The Dark Night- Black Hearted Love is a journey to the dark side of the Möbius strip. What occurs on
this journey? Directed by Daniel Marini.
New with Tags
Matthew Nesbeth, 2012
| Tom wants to disappear. He’ll run away to a city where nobody can find him. But will his plan work? Directed by Matthew Nesbeth.
Hold Out
Sam Wilkins, 2012
| Two feuding men hold out after a crime. One dies. Then the real fight begins. Will the other man make it out alive? Find out in this short.
Crime, Death, Loss
Adam Brown, 2012

A young man has a surreal experience during a mundane job interview. How will this experience effect his life? Will he get the job in the end?
Surreal, Work
Welcome to Leathermill
Russell England, 2012
| When a lost driver finds himself in a small village in the north of England, the locals decide to have a little fun and teach him a lesson.
Community, Rural
American Gun
Jonathon Crewe, 2012
| A bullied teenage loner is pushed over the edge with devastating consequences. What will happen? Will they overcome their external pressures?
Mental Health, Society
Nour Wazzi, 2012

Held captive by a circus, Malu is rescued from her shackles by her husband. She waits anxiously in the darkness for her chance to escape.


The Dichotomy
Hunter Kallenbach, 2011
| Fear of the unknown drives a man, Blake, into isolation and insanity, where he
must face his greatest fear.
Insanity, Isolation
Andre Rehal, 2011
| Andre Rehal’s Grey dipicts a hitman at the end of his rope, Grey lives the only way he knows how to – by the gun.
Mental Health, Violence
Red in the Water
Mikel Gurrea, 2011
| A myth surrounding Medusa and the crystalisation of her blood is brought to life by a deaf fisherman in the 20th century.
Disability, Myth / Folklore
(Sudd) Out of Erasers
Erik Rosenlund, 2011
| As the world transforms, you’re the last one to find out… Watch this short to find out what happens and what you must do to help.
Environmental / Horror