1. Named one of the top five shorts at the Tribeca Film Festival by New York Magazine. "Love Does Grow on Trees" is a coming of age comedy about a teenage boy whose life is thrown into chaos when he discovers adult magazines, girls and the embarrassment that goes with both.

    written & directed by BEVAN WALSH
    produced by GERALDINE PATTEN

    Accolades include:

    Acclaimed by Danny Boyle at the British Independent Film Awards
    WINNER 'Best Newcomer' - Rushes Soho Shorts Festival
    WINNER 'Best Film & Best Comedy' – Super Shorts International Film Festival
    WINNER 'Audience Award' – Film Brothers Festival of Shorts
    WINNER 'Best Short' – LLV Film Festival
    WINNER 'Best Comedy' - Southern Appalachian International Film Festival
    WINNER 'Best Supporting Actress' for El Krajewski – Maverick Movie Awards

    NOMINATED 'Best British Short' - British Independent Film Awards
    FINALIST - Kodak Short Film Competition
    NOMINATED 'East Fresian Award' – Emden International Film Festival
    RUNNER UP 'Audience Award' – Williamstown Film Festival
    HONORABLE MENTION 'Best Narrative' – West Virginia Short Film Festival

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  2. A short film about a cat's hunt for approval. Was picked as a Vimeo Staff Pick and featured in numerous publications including Shots, 1.4, Wired and Esquire.

    Director: Sam Huntley
    Writer: Andy Preston
    Producer: Chloe Fernandes
    Director Of Photography: Richard Lonsdale
    Camera Assistant: Richard Vine
    Sound Recordist: James Everett
    Editor: Kevin Palmer
    Editing: Ten Three
    Colourist: Simona Harrison
    Telecine: Prime Focus
    Sound Design & Mix: Phil Bolland
    Audio: 750mph
    Music Composer: Tom Russell
    Music: We Write Music
    Online Editor: Chris Dart
    Starring: Priscilla Gray

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  3. Winner of the 2012 Reed Film Competition Grand Prix
    Finalist in the Filmskillet 2012 Competition

    Dir: Alex Emslie
    Prod: Christiaan Faberij De Jonge
    DP: Maja Zamojda

    Featuring Mark Cameron and Leigh Harrison

    All effects were done in camera!

    Shot on a GH2 with Voigtlander 25mm 0.95, Canon FD 50mm 1.4 and 85mm 1.8.

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  4. Learn about the feature film at:

    The Award winning sci-fi short finally comes to vimeo. I made this movie for three thousand dollars working on it after hours at my day job at "Jimmy Kimmel Live", with the dream that it would get discovered and lead to the production of my feature screenplay, "Cockpit."

    The short has been a finalist in over 30 film festivals, and has won 14 awards. It has even played at Comic-con. The feature screenplay has won 4 awards. We may be on the right track.

    “COCKPIT” is the story of a squadron of space fighter pilots, stranded in their cockpits deep in enemy space, struggling with reality and delusion as they are hunted by mind controlling aliens.

    “COCKPIT: THE RULE OF ENGAGEMENT” is a standalone chapter from the same universe which follows the Carrier Captain (Ronny Cox) who must decide if it is worth risking the security of Earth to save a suffocating pilot who may or may not have been corrupted by the mind controlling aliens.

    Feel free to visit the cockpitthemovie website to learn more.

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  5. Woman: Rebecca Calder
    Man: Max Wrottesley

    Director: Rob Chiu
    Producer: Dan Turner
    Executive Producers: Daniel Bergmann + Robert Herman
    Written by Ben Fogg from a story by Rob Chiu
    “After A While” by Veronica A. Shoffstall.
    Creative Advisor: Stephen Whelan
    Script Development: Marina Brackenbury
    Director of Photography: Paul O’Callaghan
    Editor: Rob Chiu
    Music / Sound Design: Ben Lukas Boysen
    Cello: Lucio Amanti
    Drums / Percussion: Achim Farber
    Styling: Beth Deakin
    Wardrobe: John Varvatos + Preen
    Casting Director: Rose Wicksteed
    1st Assistant Director: Tristan McIlwham Hefele
    Art Director: Guy Thompson
    Asst. Art Dir: Oliver Hogan
    Focus Puller: Julius Beltrame
    Gaffer: Steve Reed
    Best Boy: Rob Stewart
    Electrician: Daniel Smith
    Sound Recordist: Robin Gerrard
    Boom Operator: Ben Hawkins
    Hair & Make-up Design: Emma Dennis
    Wardrobe Assistant: Celia Lusted
    Production Assistant (UK): Freya Silk
    Production Assistants (Paris): Annabelle Mella + Anna Chahuneau
    Production Transport: Craig Kerrigan
    Post-Production Facilities: The Mill
    Post Production Producers: Sophie Hogg + Semley Wilkinson
    Colourist: Aubrey Woodiwiss
    Smoke Artists: James Pratt + Georgie White
    Final Cut Artist: Daniel Budin
    Camera & Grip Equipment: Fava Rental Ltd
    Lighting Equipment: Panalux.

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