1. Teaser Trailer for the short film 'Pantheon'.


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  2. A story about illumination....

    My graduation film

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  3. The Force That Through The Green Fire Fuels The Flower (Fargone Films, 2011, 7.52mins, UK) is a contemporary silent film, which follows a man through a journey of memories in the course of one night.

    IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2091434/
    FB: https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/The-Force-That-Through-The-Green-Fire-Fuels-The-Flower/165790356811670

    Finnish/National premiere at the 26th Midnight Sun Film Festival in Lapland.
    International premiere at the 30th Le Giornate Del Cinema Muto in Italy with Stephen Horne's live accompaniment.

    28th Helsinki Short Film Festival (Nominated for Best Student Film) // Future Shorts Finnish Tour various cities (Finland) // Short & Sweet (Toronto, Canada) // Online Film Fund Screening Roundhouse (London, UK) // Kinos Lahti, Finland // Toronto Silent Film Festival, Canada // The British Silent Film Festival, Cambridge, UK 2012 // Cine-East Film Festival, London // Forssa Silent Film Festival, Finland

    "The work has its own mesmerizing tone; it really rewards the eye and ear. It's smart and moving. A thoroughly accomplished work."
    -Guy Maddin

    "It takes '21st Century Silents' to a new level - going far beyond the usual pastiche, to use the silent medium on its own terms and in a fresh and creative way".
    -David Robinson

    “You couldn't imagine the film with dialogue; it's about words unspoken. Stands head and shoulders above most of the modern silent shorts”.
    -Luke McKernan/Bioscope

    Written & Directed by Otto Kylmälä
    Cinematography by Joni Juutilainen
    Original Score by Stephen Horne
    Art Direction - Saule Norkute
    Assistant Director - Jonas Trukanas
    Hair & Make-Up - Monica Rossi
    Camera Assistants - Ruby Kobayashi & James Chegwyn
    Storyboard and Poster Artist - Marga Doek

    Ian - Michael Eden
    Maggie - Carolyn Lyster
    Young man - Edward French
    Young girl - Sarah Wolff

    Karaoke Lady - Emma Packer
    Bartender - Nick Hoad
    Doctor - Alan Smith

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  4. The Beach House

    River Ames (24) is a hearing child of deaf adults
    and is brother to two younger deaf siblings,
    Emmet (18) and Enola (6). After six years away
    from his family he arrives late to the will reading
    for his parents who have recently died. The
    siblings arrive at their inherited beach house.
    Emmet has mixed feelings about Rivers unexpected
    return and Enola has never met him. River struggles
    with getting Emmet to understand why he had left
    meanwhile Enola decides to free her pet fish in the
    sea. Enola notices River and they share a moment.
    Realising their responsibilities for their sister River
    and Emmet decide to have a race on the beach
    with Enola. In competition the brothers fail to notice
    Enola has fallen they go back to her and sit with her
    side by side. Enola watches the sea.


    Director/Writers - Richard Standen & Tom Stanley

    Producer - Josh Kiel

    Cinematography - Liam Reardon & Chris Kentish

    Sound - Jack Ackland & Mary Henning

    Edit - Sam Martin

    Production Manager - Lu-Lu Evans

    BSL communicator - Xenia Saava

    Emmet Ames - Alex Nowak

    River Ames - Mckinley Blake

    Enola Ames - Chloe Montague

    Lawyer - Martin Ross

    Music - 'Daydreaming' by Dark Dark Dark (Permission pending)

    Thanks to

    Sarah and Stuart Kelway
    Maniac Films
    New day Productions

    Filmed on location at Putsborough Beach, Devon

    Produced at UCA 2011.

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  5. Bexie Bush's graduation film at Farnham UCA.
    First premiered at Farnham UCA's degree show 2011 where it won the "Award for Animation".

    Join Eric and Lyn, a pair of armchairs who discuss the politics around Britain today.

    As this country is going through a real shift at the moment –what better time is there to record the thoughts of two elderly British people, to highlight this, than now?

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