Skunk Anansie - I Hope You Get To Meet Your Hero
Skunk Anansie - "I hope you get to meet your hero"
Directed by Sing J. Lee
Album: Black Traffic - acquistalo su iTunes:
Etichetta: Carosello Records
2012 Carosello Records under exclusive license from Boogooyamma Ltd.
DIRECTED by Rebecca Gillespie
In “Grandpa’s Girl’ we get a glimpse into the world of Sarah, an 11-year-old girl from a single parent family, whose one male role model is her bad tempered, elderly Grandfather. We see the complicated and sometimes uncomfortable relationship between them as they are left alone together during their weekly visits– neither one really knowing how to relate to the other in a meaningful way or being able to demonstrate their true feelings. It is only later that Sarah makes a discovery that shows her a whole different side to her Grandfather that Sarah never knew.
DIRECTED by Joseph Radonich
EDITED by Rebecca Gillespie
Set in an underprivileged suburb of east Manchester, the film chronicles the plight of its young protagonist Danny. We follow him on the day of his sixteenth birthday, and witness this young man on the cusp of manhood, seemingly unprepared and without direction or ambition. Through the day we see a contrast in his moral fibre, which perpetuates his confusion and disassociation with society and his own existence. The lost and confused young man finds hope in a letter he receives from his estranged father. This leads to a chain of events, which force him to make decisions on his own accord, breaking free from the constraints on his uncaring family and taking his life into his own hands.
It's My Party
DIRECTED By Kasia Wisniowska
PRODUCED by Rebecca Gillespie
“It’s my Party” is a short film that tries to explore the mixture of feelings in the relationship between mother and daughter and the conflict between two women. Scarlett wasn’t born to become a mother. Although, she has happens to be one. Rosie has been neglected throughout the years as her mother always puts her own needs first. Rosie’s eighteen birthday turns out to be the specific revenge she has been planning for a long time. It is possible to hate and love your mother at the same time, but for Rosie it is too late for love.
DIRECTED by Beverley Nesbit
PRODUCED and EDITED by Rebecca Gillespie
The film is set just after the Second World War. When Hannah Kueper returns home, without her family, from a concentration camp, she struggles to return to normal life as the ghosts of her past continue to haunt her.