Je Ne Suis Pas Charlie was made to challenge audience preconceptions. It was an experimental student project, triggered by events in Paris on 7th January 2015, and aims to treat it's subject matter with respect and dignity.
The film was screened at the 'Conflict and Culture' conference in Luton, November 2015
Winner of Audience Special Award for Filmmaking at NAHEMI Eat Our Shorts 2015, at the Regent Street cinema, London, December 2015.
It was shortlisted for a RTS Award for Best Fiction, Devon and Cornwall Region.
Winner of the Plymouth Film Festival Award for best Student Film 2016.