Doc 60 – 1

Total: 66 mins 19 secs

A documentary programme observing various power struggles from a family pet witnessing the break up of her family, to an A.I experiment for dealing with grief. We watch a black ballerina describing her struggles in the industry and witness a sports facility that finds itself at the centre of a Jihad summer camp.

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Pointe Black

Rebecca Murray
United Kingdom, 2020
5:24 mins
Mence narrates her uncomfortable journey from adolescent to ballerina and her struggles in an industry that fails to see past her skin colour.

Lola

Miranda Carter-Watson
United Kingdom, 2020
20:00 mins
Lola dolefully observes the break up of her family. There’s nothing she can do but sit and watch as her loved ones act out, argue, silently stew and finally leave.

Postgraduate
National Film & Television School

Deepfake Therapy

Roshan Nejal
Netherlands, 2020
24:09 mins
World Premiere
The first experiment ever done in the process of grief in which bereaved family members are having an artificial video conversation with their deceased loved ones through the use of new digital techniques.