Two recent short documentaries produced by Bombito producer Reece Cargan will screen at Berlin British shorts film festival 2022.


The festival runs from Jan 20th - 26th across a range of physical venues and features films from two amazing directors:



Prosopagnosia

Steven Fraser's personal documentary - Prosopagnosia uses expressive animation to investigate intimacy, communication and memory. Prosopagnosia means face-blindness and to understand this neurodiverse behaviour, the contents of a memory box are intricately explored.


Sketchbooks, photographs and diaries unravel to tell a unique and personal story.


View the trailer


Get tickets

Steven's film screens on Friday 21st January from 18:00 with a host of other amazing shorts at the Sputnik Kino venue.

Tickets are available for the Screening.


Further information


Everyman

The film by Jack Goessens - which stars Adam Kashmiry, Goose Masondo, Jamie Stewart and Arran Skillin is a personal, visual essay about gender transition – focusing on the social context and implications and exploring how the world is different living as female compared to being perceived as male.


Read Jack's interview about Berlin shorts

Jack had an interview with 'the new current' about the film, the festival and his plans for the future.



View the trailer

Get tickets

Jack's film screens on Saturday 22 January with a host of other amazing shorts at the Sputnik cinema venue.

Tickets are available for the Screening.


Further information

Screening or distribution requests

Please contact Alexandra via festivals@scotdoc.com



Bombito Producer Reece Cargan has been selected to attend the EAVE Producer Workshop 2022 as the only UK participant.


Thanks to PACT , Reece is being given a scholarship in the name and memory of EAVE expert Dorothy Viljoen.


(Image courtesy of EAVE)


56 producers and professionals from 36 countries have been selected out of 186 applications from 51 countries.


More information

The 3 sessions of the EAVE 2021 Producers Workshop will take place in Luxembourg (March 4-11), Pärnu, Estonia (June 10-17) and Barcelona, Spain (October 17-24, TBC).


Find out more about Reece and the selected participants.




Fresh from a successful screening at IDFA, Steven Fraser's animated short documentary will screen in the Lab competition at the 2022 Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival.


The Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival is the world's largest film festival dedicated to short films. In term of audience and professional presence, it is the second largest film festival in France after Cannes.


There are 27 films selected for the lab competition and you can find out more about them all.

The film

Prosopagnosia uses expressive animation to investigate intimacy, communication and memory. Prosopagnosia means face-blindness and to understand this neurodiverse behaviour, the contents of a memory box are intricately explored.

Sketchbooks, photographs and diaries unravel to tell a unique and personal story.


View the trailer


Get tickets

The ticketing service will be available from 10 January 2022.


Further information

Screening or distribution requests

Please Alexandra via festivals@scotdoc.com

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