An homage to Charlie Chaplin's 'City Lights'. Shot in the streets where he grew up.
Starring BAFTA-listed Harry Macqueen ('Hinterland', 'Me and Orson Welles'), Imogen Morris and Bill Fellows ('Lady Macbeth').
Music by Ivor Novello Awards-nominee Lorenzo Piggici and by Keaton Henson.
Edit by Andy Phillips at the Chop House, Sound Design by Guy Chase at Vice, Grade by Thomas Mangham at The Mill.
Photographed by Isaac Eastgate. Produced by Will Preston-George and Davo McConville at Park Village. Written and directed by Luca Bertoluzzi.
Audience Award for Best International Short 2019, River Film Festival, Padua, Italy, 2019.
Primo Premio Giuria Giovani, Firenze FilmCorti Festival, Florence 2019.
Best Narrative Short, Workers Unite Film Festival, New York City 2019.
Best British Short, London Independent Film Awards, November 2018.
Best Narrative Short, Desert Rocks Film & Music Event, 2018.
Best Actress, Pentedattilo Film Festival, 2018.
Official Selection, 69th Montecatini International Short Film Festival, 2018.
Official Selection, Festival des Films du Monde de Montreal, 2018.
Official Selection, Maine International Film Festival, 2018.
Official Selection, Chain New York City Film Festival, 2018.
Official Selection, Covellite International Film Festival, 2018.
Official Selection, Social Justice Film Festival, Seattle 2018.
Official Selection, Way Down Film Festival, Georgia 2018.
Official Selection, Pentedattilo Film Festival, 2018.
Official Selection, Tally Shorts Film Festival, Florida 2019.
Official Selection, the Santa Fe Film Festival, 2019.
7300 Days Later
Five childhood friends decide to meet again after twenty years. The reunion doesn't go according to plans.
Outstanding Achievement, 2014 Williamsburg International Film Festival in New York City.
Official Selection, 39th Boston Sci-Fi Film Festival.
Official Selection, 2014 London Independent Film Festival.
Official Selection, 2014 Sci-Fi London International Film Festival at the British Film Institute.
Official Selection, 2014 Other Worlds festival (Austin, TX).
Official Selection, Nine Worlds Film Festival 2014.
When a custodian at a movie theater finds an abandoned baby, she devises an unorthodox solution to the dilemma.
Official Selection, Williamsburg International Film Festival, New York City, 2016.
Official Selection, Covellite International Film Festival, Butte (Montana), 2016.
Official Selection, Way Down Film Festival, Columbus (Georgia), 2016.
That's What We Do
We wrote, shot and edited this short film in 48 hours for the 'Smoke & Mirrors 48 hours short film competition’.
It went on to become a finalist.
And here's a link to my Vimeo page.