Author: Aysha

18 Mar DISMISSED

A compassionate catholic teacher panics when she finds a suicide note in her classroom and attempts to discover the vulnerable pupil. After a long hard day of teaching, Mrs Armstrong marks her students work until a piece of paper on the floor catches her eye. When...

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25 Sep ABSENTS FILM – VIDEOS

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08 Aug The Truth

‘I’m hungry,’ I thought to myself. ‘Hungry and bored. A bacon cheeseburger would really hit the spot right about now.’ I took a deep breath in through my nose. ‘This place smells too clean. It’s like hospital disinfectant.’ I hate hospital disinfectant. It feels like...

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12 Jul Residential

Residential follows the journey into the deep and cold blooded mind of Bolo, (played by Aubrey Whyte) a paranoid sociopath with a vision to set up life back home in Jamaica with his family. Bolo’s days on the streets of South London as a prolific...

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21 May A Life

I told him that we needed to speak about it. That he would feel so much better once he got it out there. Out of his system. He asked me why and when I had thought about it for a moment I answered, that I wasn’t sure....

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21 May Road Trip

They made a choice to go. They would work for six month. They would buy a van. They would quit their jobs. They would sell their stuff. Pack their bags. They wouldn’t bring much. Just one backpack each. They would just go. Where ever the...

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21 May Bound to the Truth

Whilst driving through Lagos in the sweltering heat sweat dripped down my face. There was traffic everywhere I turned. I felt claustrophobic I couldn’t breath. People with large wooden bowls overflowing with market items balanced on their heads stared at me through the car window. “Victor,...

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20 May Training/Feedback

Over the past few months working for A Scott Productions has been very enlightening, and has given me the opportunity to work with many professionals across the film industry. From actors to the runners, make up artists, designers and much more industry creatives. I have been able...

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13 May SAF – Workshop

SAF is an innovative screenwriting, acting and filmmaking workshop for 11 – 18 year olds with a desire for filmmaking and those who want to turn their creative imagination into reality. Young people will be given the opportunity to explore short film conventions, whist having...

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