Dianna's life is altered when she falls in love with new girl Demi. Fearing rejection and discrimination from those closest to her, she attempts to hide their relationship whilst dealing with her insecurities regarding her sexuality.
Featuring a cast of upcoming actors such as leads Kerenza Qayum and Hannah Bury, the film was made on a low budget of £4,000 and received help through crowd funding website Indiegogo for film festival submission fees.
Demi made the official selection for Florida Movie Festival, Canadian International Film Festival, Swedish International Film Festival and New Jersey Golden Door Film Festival.
Director Caris Rianne won the Royal Reel award in the First Time Filmmakers category at the Canadian International Film Festival and American Production Company Carter Seagrove sponsored the films London premiere in September 2016.
Demi has been praised for it's raw and honest script. EILE Magazine gave the film a four star review calling it "a powerful representation of a new generation of British LGBT Film".