When a troubled teenager finds a way to unfetter his trouble and grief.


Gareth Unwin – Producer of The Kings Speech commented:

“Engaging, suspenseful, considered . .  . in all a very very respectable piece of filmmaking”

Shane Meadows – Director of This is England commented:

“I honestly thought it was a really touching film. Very restrained which is rare, yet poetic”



UNICA Film Festival (Ruse, Bulgaria) – Special Mention
Chapel Allerton Short Film Festival – Best film by an Under 18 year old
Thurrock International Film Festival – Best Film by an Under 16
Santa Monica Teen Film Festival – 1st Place for Best of Fest Award and 1st Place for Best Live Action Film
IAC British International Film Competition – Best British Young Filmmaker5 Star Award & Best Under 16
Epiphany Childrens Film Festival – Best of the Show Award in New York


Festivals (2012)

Tallinn Film Festival – Tallinn, Estonia – November
Co-Operative Film Festival – Bradford, UK – November
Chicago International Children’s Film Festival – Chicago, USA – October
Screen Stockport Film Festival – Stockport, UK – October
No/Gloss Film Festival – Leeds, UK – September
Chapel Allerton Short Film Festival – Leeds, UK – August
Union Internationale du Cinema, part of the IAC – Ruse, Bulgaria – August
Thurrock International Film Festival – Essex, UK – June
Santa Monica Teen Film Festival – California, USA – June
Rob Knox Film Festival – Sidcup, London – May
Life Fest Film Festival – Los Angeles, USA – May
San Francisco International Film Festival, GGA – SF, USA – April
National Film Festival for Talented Youth – Seattle, USA – April
IAC British International Amateur Film Competition – Dorset – April
Leeds Young Film Festival – INDI Nominee – April
Epiphany Childrens Film Festival – New York, USA – March
The National Student Film Festival – London, UK – March
Short and Sweet Film Festival – Toronto, Canada – February