After a good stint on the short film circuit, GARFIELD, directed by Georgi Banks-Davies, is now out for all to see.



Click on the festival poster here, for a full write up and credits.

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Shot on location for the Manchester International Festival, aired on BBC4, this film, directed by FKA Twigs, shows the work she created and filmed on one day during her week-long residency.

Conceptualized as an abstract autobiographical piece,

Soundtrack 7 includes performances set to the tracks How's That, Ultraviolet, and Good to Love, among others, and bound together by a striking repeated recitation of Thomas Wyatt's poem I Find No Peace (an excerpt from which opened Twigs's critically acclaimed LP1).

Emphasizing the grit and physicality of dance, Twigs describes this project as "flesh, sweat, feeling, muscle and a live movement. No air brushing, no frills."

Click on the image to view the full 35 minute film on Twig's website.

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Created with Richard Curtis and his company Project Everyone, this film was made for the 2016 U.N. conference in New York.

Using the film footage from the Women's hurdles final, at the1964 Olympics in Tokyo, the hurdles were used as a metaphor for the historical challenges woman have faced, and the continued striving towards gender equality.

Narrated by Emma Watson, the film found a good platform on Twitter.

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Rick Owens' Spotlight London


this film made for I-D Magazine featured the first episode of Designers' Worlds. Starring Rick Owens, director Nabil Elderkin was invited out for an evening of hard bodies and harder techno and the end result was a much more poetically sensual film.

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The director Amanda Boyle is best known for BAFTA winning shows such as SKINS and CASTOFFS. In this 60 minute film of Sound & Fury's play Kursk, funded by Arts Council England Film, she had one crazy month from shoot to delivery

Starring the play's cast - Ian Aspinall, Keir Charles,Tom Espiner, Laurence Mitchell and Jonah Russell - and shot in the play's original set by Jon Bausor.


Click on the image to watch the trailer on Amanda's website.



Des Hamilton is most known for his talent as a casting director, working with a broad range of directors such as Nicolas Winding Refn, Yann Demange, Gaspar Noé, Saul Dibb, Andrea Arnold, Lynne Ramsay and Lars Von Trier.


Alongside casting, Des has gone on to write and direct himself.


BEHIND THE DOOR featuring Rafe Spall and Kate Ashfield, was selected as one of twelve films at the Rushes Soho Shorts Film Festival, and ARNICA, which was in competition at the Edinburgh film festival.

Click on the images to view the films on the Buffalo Films website.