Gone to the Dogs
Director: Phillip Barnard. Cast: Antony Booth, Dora Bryan
Awards: BAFTA Interactive nomination.
Available on DVD
When wayward Jack retires to the seaside with his wife Rose he discovers that life isn’t a one-way ticket. After a fatal heart attack he returns to earth as a stray dog. So begins a bizarre journey of self-discovery where Jack what’s important in this life and the next.
Director: Marios Chirtou. Cast: Jenny Seagrove, Ellie Darcey Alden.
Katie, a 12 year-old foster child, moves into an impressive home with her new mother. She soon discovers that a third occupant also inhabits the house – the ghost of a mischievous little boy with a penchant for tricks and games. What follows is a territorial feud between Katie and the ghost as she attempts to prevent the ghost from encroaching on her new home.
Losing the Plot
Director: Chris Armstrong. Cast: Damien Samuels, Gregory Cox, Siri Steinmo. Awards: LA International Film Festival Finalist
Analogue transmitters have long been switched off, and public broadcasting confined to the scrapheap. Multi-National conglomerates now control the airwaves for profits, feeding billions of consumers a 24-hour diet of visual junk food and unregulated advertising. The future for television looks bleak, but at least it has a future. As a consumer Herbert People is about to become… the consumed.
Director: Emile Guertin
An urban sci-fi love tragedy, set sometime in the future. Jans, an apprentice android-seller, discovers whether there can ever be a substitute for real human emotion.
A Little Peace & Quiet
Director: Marios Chirtou. Cast: Jamie Honeybourne
All Rupert wants is a good night’s sleep. However, he lives below a feuding couple whose constant bickering keeps him awake all night. As the hours tick away and the ruckus upstairs gets progressively worse, Rupert is driven to desperate measures in an effort to find A Little Peace and Quiet.
Director: Liz Claire. Host: Justin Lee Collins
Each week RAW’s presenter presents three artists all recently signed to major recording contracts and all working towards the imminent release of their first album. Their work is shown in a RAW studio environment where the music takes centre stage and unlike the competition, Raw is about the music and not gimmicks or effects.
I’m Disappearing by Alec Bastin
Director: Phillip Barnard.
Phil Barnard was keen to make a music video with a difference for Pangloss who is Alec Bastin, a singer/songwriter based in London. I’m Disappearing combines storytelling with a strong atmosphere and striking visuals, deliberately creating a sense of beauty out of a bizarre and macabre event. The song was inspired by a little known statistic that at any one time in London 50,000 people are lost.
Drag Queen by Embryo
Director: Emile Guertin.
A music promo for Scottish band Embryo’s single ‘Drag Queen’. Set in a mysterious hospital ward where an aging drag queen looks back at his former life.