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'Skin' (2024)

An author struggling with sex addiction checks herself into an exclusive single patient rehab facility, but as her treatment commences she realises her inability to feel sensation might be the result of a deeper issue she needs to face first.

This self-funded short is in post production, and will be finished and distributed Summer 2024.

'Big Moves' (2023)

A lifetime of being told that she, as a fat person, can’t dance—and believing it—leads Glaswegian filmmaker Sarah Grant to re-enact iconic dance sequences from Friends, Pulp Fiction, Dirty Dancing and Britney Spears’s music videos, and expose the big fat lies that exclude bigger bodies from the dancefloor, as well as the cultural obsession with perfection and the deception that goes with it.

Funded by the Scottish Documentary Institute and Screen Scotland through the Bridging the Gap Programme, Big Moves is currently on the festival circuit, World Premiering at Glasgow Short Film Festival, and Internationally Premiering at Hot Docs. You can see the trailer here.

'Candy' (2022)

Plus size burlesque enthusiast, Mandy, prepares for her first public performance, but when her best friend is in need of rescuing from a bad relationship, Mandy's first public performance takes a turn for the unexpected.

Funded by Short Circuit and Screen Scotland through the Sharp Shorts Programme, Candy is coming to the end of two year festival run, highlights include winning Best Film at Women X and the 16 Days, 16 Films festivals, Best Scottish Film at Edinburgh Short Film Festival, Best Director at HB, and being nominated for Best British Film at Norwich Short Film Festival, and Best Comedy at Aesthetica. You can see the trailer here.

'Stunners' (2022)

Lola and Ruby are flatmates (more like platonic soulmates) who can't quite get their lives together, mainly because they spend so much time trying to justify their messy lifestyles and ridiculous existence to their peers and family.

Based on the RTS Scotland Award Winning short sketches made for BBC Scotland, Stunners was commissioned for a 15 minute mini pilot, and then a 30 minute script commission. Stunner was made with BBC Studios. You can see their sketches here.

'Pitching' (2024)

A woman lost on a hiking trail makes a desperate goodbye phone call to an ex, all the while remembering key moments from their long relationship.

An experimental short commissioned by BBC The Social, Pitches takes the split screen storytelling approach to new levels, showing 9 consecutive single take stories, some connected, some not. The idea was to be able to watch the piece multiple times and get a different story each time, all held together by the single monologue of the piece. It was performed by Nicola Docherty and Katrina Allen. You can watch it here.

'Scare' (2019)

A woman feels the full spectrum of human emotion that somersaults through her mind in the three minutes it takes for a pregnancy test results to show.

Made as a solo endeavour for the 48 Hour Film Project, Scare won the Edinburgh Competition, came 2nd in the Global Competition at Filmapalooza, and won Best Writing, Best Editing, and Best Female Performance., which meant it played at a special screening at Cannes. It has also had a successful festival run, and went into feature film development with Screen Scotland and Short Circuit in 2020. You can watch it here.

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