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    Take Your Partners nominated for BAFTA Scotland Best Short Film award, and Best British Short at the Iris Prize. Grimm Street’s Sarah Miele wins BAFTA Scotland New Talent Award for Best Female Performance. Lily Graham also nominated for her role in Take Your Partners.

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  • None of the Above (2018)

    A popular Internet vlogger embarks on a public dating odyssey, but when online approval turns to derision, Cassie’s life falls apart with tragic real-world consequences.

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  • Take Your Partners (2015)

    Nominated in 2016 for: Best Short Film, BAFTA Scotland Awards; Crystal Bear, Berlin International Film Festival; Best British Short Film, Iris Prize; Best Female Performance, BAFTA Scotland New Talent Awards – Lily Graham.
     
    A non-conforming 8-year-old challenges gender expectations when forced to make an Easter Bonnet with the girls. Bravely subverting convention, she also learns that the grown-up world is not quite so black and white.

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  • Grimm Street (2015)

    2016 WINNER: Best Female Performance, BAFTA Scotland New Talent Award – Sarah Miele.
     
    Teenager Rose Hawthorne has always relied on her imagination to make sense of the world, but today Rose’s story takes a dark turn. With her health deteriorating fast, Rose’s reality merges with her fairy tale world. There’s a wolf on her street and he’s coming for her.

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  • Asking For It (2015)

    Released online in coordination with the International Day to Eliminate Violence Against Women.
     
    When a woman walks home alone in the dark, after drinking alcohol and dancing in a night club, wearing a short skirt and high heels, who’s asking for what, exactly?

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  • A Chemical Imbalance (2013)

    A Chemical Imbalance comprises a short book and documentary film, which together celebrate female scientists and look at why women are still so under-represented in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics). This project asks why, and aims to highlight some of the persistent challenges faced by women in science.

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