Trailers – Student Films
Here are the trailers for all the student films in this year’s festival 2022.
The soon-to-be-wed son plans to abandon his demented father. On the way to get married abroad, he felt a deep sense of guilt and regret in his heart.
Director – Wanti Liu
One More Guest?
Star-Crossed Lovers – but Juliette has Dementia.
One woman struggles with the past. Another lives joyfully in the present – thanks to early stage dementia. To avoid being separated from her lover, the elderly Juliette elopes, triggering a showdown between her uptight daughter and well-meaning grandson.
Comedy Drama inspired by the writer’s mum.
Director – Edilberto Restino
Letter To You
Sheltered in her own world of music and carefreeness, a curious young girl fights against a mysterious melancholia as she whizzes on her roller-skates around the most colourful London.
Director – Niccolò Salvato
Dragged Up is a comedy drama about family, identity and drag that follows a shy and awkward teenager who secretly uses her drag king persona to find the inner confidence she needs to show her family who she truly is.
Director – Laura Jayne Tunbridge
In a House, At Night
On Halloween night, in a women’s shelter, 7-year-old Lynn sulks about missing her old house and dares to leave her mother’s bed in a tantrum, hurting her. Separated and alone, the young girl re-encounters fear as witness of the asleep victims’ nightmares, while Alice, her mother, dangerously ponders about calling back her husband so to give Lynn her family again.
Director – Tomás Ferreira
Public Displays of Affection
A short documentary exploring the experiences and opinions LGBTQ+ people have about publicly displaying their love for their partners’.
Director – Callum Roome
A short documentary following Grace David’s journey with trichotillomania, a compulsive hair pulling disorder. The film explores the sensory experience of having the condition as well as exploring how close relationships are impacted as a result of having the condition.
Director – Louise Deverux
Fluffypunk documents the insecurities, instabilities, and conflicts that plague the life of a performer. Trying to balance the responsibilities of parenthood, artistic integrity, and personal happiness is anything but fluffy!
Starring Jonny Fluffypunk aka Jon Seagrave a comedy performance poet based in Stroud Gloucester UK.
Director – Thomas Harman