2019 | 33m 1s |
Pakistan ranks as one of the most dangerous countries for women. This beautifully filmed report goes on the road with a former child bride, an elite police officer and a labor rights activist, shot through with animated testimony.
Hummingbirds in the Trenches
2018 | 12m 31s |
A film about Kondwani Fidel and the city of Baltimore. In loving memory of Fidel Kondwani Russell & Raysharde "Deek" Sinclair Directed by Jackson Tisi Director of Photography: Zoe Simone Yi Produced by: April Chang Edited by: Matt Schaff Colored by: Kath Raisch
2018 | 4m |
As Ellice gets low, her room gets messy - she never sees it coming, but it always happens. There seems to be no way to break out of the endless highs or lows that make up bipolar, or even to pick up her clothes up off the floor.
Suck, Squeeze, Bang, Blow
2017 | 3m 50s |
There is poetry in the act of breathing life into someone else’s scrap, even if it is only for one last heroic dance. Suck, Squeeze, Bang, Blow is an ode to the creativity of banger racing.
2019 | 28m 53s |
Pakistan's first female taxi driver meets systemic barriers round every bend. Hustling on the dusty roads of Rawalpindi, a portrait emerges of a working woman's persistence in modern day Pakistan.
Laji'in: Birds Without Homeland
2019 | 16m 2s |
In one of the coldest ever recorded winters of Greece. Refugees who had to escape from their turned apart home, tell stories about their reality, their hopes and dreams upon their unknown future. Tips will be used for: All tips will be given to an independent NGO based in Greece to help support the refugees there and the refugee crisis.
2019 | 13m 5s |
With Brexit bringing the Irish border to the fore, questions remain elusive. Near the border, concern grows that without a solution, the sectarian violence of the Troubles could return.
2015 | 2m |
While in Japan on a commercial shoot, Madderson and Stevens happened across a meeting of champion karate kids. The duo captured these pint-sized Tokyo fighters, many of which are black belts by the age of seven – revealing a storied martial-arts tradition that is very much alive and well.
2018 | 7m 30s |
Directed by Jackson Tisi DP: Zoe Simone Yi Operator: Aiden Ulrich 1st AC: Sunnie Kim Editor: Matt Schaff Color: Kath Raisch Sound Design: Brandon Hickey Original Score: Gavin Brivik
2020 | 6m |
In a small and intimate Turkish village on the mountains, a hazelnut farmer dared to dream. The film is mainly shot on 16mm film. Tips will be used for: We will use the tips to fund our next project which we are looking to marry human themes with a genre upending approach. It will be our most ambition short film.
Skim for England
2019 | 29m 38s |
Frank wants to be a world champion. His chosen discipline? Competitive stone skimming. A tosser for as long as he can remember, Frank believes that with discipline, dedication and purposeful practice, he’s sure for victory.
Betty Feeds the Animals
2020 | 9m |
Betty loves animals, she loves them so much that everyday she puts 30 bowls of food outside of her home to feed them. She feeds skunks, raccoons, cats, foxes and the occasional opossum. This is her story.
2020 | 55s |
This is a tribute to all mothers in the lockdown, it takes an immense amount of creativity to keep everybody sane.
The Christmas Light Killer
2015 | 6m 38s |
Every night in December people in a small suburb of Philadelphia flock to a holiday light show. They drive at a snails pace through the 2 mile stretch of beautiful light displays, listening to holiday music, soaking up the Christmas spirit. But at the end of each night one man drives the stretch alone, turning off all of the lights, ending the joy day after day. This is his story.
What to do About Stalin?
2019 | 23m 31s |
As the anniversary of Joseph Stalin's birth approaches, a culture war rages in Georgia regarding controversial Soviet leader's legacy, and his place in the country's future.
2020 | 26m 40s |
Caught in the cross-fire of a shrinking forest habitat and an ever expanding urban population, the elephants of Bannerghatta are being pushed towards extinction. With 40% of the national park’s northern boundary surrounded by one of India’s fastest growing cities, the inviolate forest space available for elephants is being eaten away. Elephants are forced to live in thin forest strips surrounded by subsistence farms. Tempted by the offer of crops, the elephants leave the park and chaos ensues. Tips will be used for: Thanks kindly for watching. Any tips will go towards future film projects to explore our ongoing fight to save our planet's wildlife and the important people leading that charge.
2017 | 8m 10s |
The largest container port in Britain sees hundreds of cargo ships come and go a month, vessels manned largely by Filipino seafarers. When a ship comes to dock in Felixstowe most of the sailors aren’t allowed to go into town because of passport restrictions, so they stay inside the port boundaries and while away the hours inside the Seafarers Centre. This observational short film is a lyrical portrait of this pocket of warmth that comes to represent England to those who are unable to visit it.
2014 | 6m 1s |
Love Connection Dating Submission Tape #25b49E
2018 | 12m 11s |
In a cramped apartment in Mumbai, a meat-eating family considers eating their hell-raising pet rooster, so that they can reclaim their normal lives.
2020 | 16m 42s |
A mosaic of interwoven vignettes, set against the bustling tourism industry of Angeles City, Philippines.
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