| VIDEO |
• Selected shorts •
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THE OPIOID CRISIS IS NOT AN ACCIDENT [Director/Editor]
In 2016 alone, the opioid crisis resulted in more American deaths than the Vietnam War. A journalist uncovers a particularly crucial element to understanding its roots - and the pharmaceutical industry as a whole.
Borders is about the hushed-up practice of ‘virginity testing’ by the UK Home Office. A collaboration with poet Shagufta K Iqbal.
The rather painful #OrganDonorChallenge is a very silly comedy short made to encourage young people to get on the donor register.
I CAN’T, I’VE GOT DERBY [Director/Editor]
Katie Peril, Izzy Dauntless, and Daphne DuGorier outline the gender politics of roller derby. I edited and co-directed this short award-winning documentary.
• Features •
Producer/Editor | The Fourth Estate
An introduction to the political economy of the media, in all its glory: a documentary exposing the phone hacking scandal, Hollywood’s relationship with the US government, and the future of media monopolies.
Producer | Film That Buys the Cinema
The volunteers and patrons of Bristol’s Cube Cinema raised £185k in just one year to buy and forever own their local microplex. Part of this fund came from FTBTC - 70 minute-long clips from 70 international directors and artists who have had work screened at The Cube. Contributors included Reggie Watts, Portishead, Mark Cousins, Andrew Kotting, Tony Grisoni, and Ciro Guerra.
FTBTC premiered at the BFI London Film Festival 2014.
• Awards •
Borders | Best Film
The Zealous Emerge Prize
Borders | Best Experimental Film
Womens Voices Now Film Festival
A Well Informed Optimist | Best Film
One World Short Film Festival
I Can’t...I’ve Got Derby | Winner of the IdeasTap Documentary Prize