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Who I am Now.

A short film starring Adam Kashmiry about a trans man applying for asylum in the UK.

The film draws on theories of queer time and place, using flashback, dream and memory to tell a complex story, and comment and critique the way that often - queer people - are asked to perform their trauma and recount negative experiences in order to be understood by mainstream audiences.

Based on an idea by Zan Scott.

Written by

Michael Lee Richardson

Directed by

Jack Goessens

Produced by 

Reece Cargan

The Lord is an Onion

Feature drama in English & Dutch

Irene tries to regain control over her daughter Samantha by attempting to obtain an inheritance while travelling back to her estranged family in Aalst, Belgium.

 

Once there, they get dragged into a local carnival that not only puts the social order upside down but also the lives of these two women.

A fantastic look at the Aalst carnival in Belgium and those who take part in it

Written & Directed by

Charlotte Henderickx

Produced by 

Reece Cargan

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KINGS

Feature in early development

Fiona travels with her twins to Loch Lomond to care for her ailing father, but when she discovers his doctor is

a handsome drag king, she is forced to face some personal struggles.

Kings tackles homophobia and sexism and their roots of fear and ignorance.

 

Its narratives of performance examine expression through art and drag.

 

The kings in Kings are about performance, about art and about fun. 

Written by

Zan Scott

Monochrome

Short in development

Young Sybill lives in a monochrome world as her Mother's OCD has manifested as a fear of colour.

This stylish short examines the effect and stigma of mental health on those affected and their families.

Written & Directed by

Charlotte Henderickx

Produced by 

Reece Cargan

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