A short film reminding you to make the most of what you have whilst you still have it. This film follows the story of the Piggott Family, a happy family who fell upon hard times.
Curators Choice - Noise Festival 2014
Official Selection - BFI Futures Film Festival 2013
Best Documentary Short - Suffolk Film Festival 2013
Best Student Documentary Short (Over 18) - Screen Stockport Independent Film Festival 2013
Shot on a Canon 550D and Canon 650D
Directed By Sophie Piggott
Production Assistant - Ross Cameron
Camera Operators - KJ Readman Joce, Alex Queen
1st Assistant Director - Clark Stevens
Lighting - Jenny O Hara
Sound - Dan Cottingham
Digital Imaging Technician - Alex Queen
Runners - Kelly Gill, Ross Cameron
Clive Barker - Writer / Director of Hellraiser
"A beautiful and heart-wrenching film. It avoids the saccharine. It avoids the easy out. It stares, unblinking, at the unjust randomness of life and a truth of the human condition. And yet despite the sorrow found in its subjects (and indeed in all of us), we're left appreciating life's sweetness. This is important filmmaking."
Janey De Nordwall - BAFTA Award winning Producer
"Such a moving and sensitive piece of film making. Films like this are so important as they stay with you and make you think and reflect about your own life. Through such sadness there is hope"