About this submission
Short film about a family going about their day in lock-down.
New memories give us a sense of time, but when every day is the same, a day seems to stretch on for months.
I started making films with Nan's video camera when I was a kid, making horrors, Blink 182 music videos and reenactments of Judge Judy with my cousins. I studied Psychology, Philosophy, English Literature and studied abroad in Japan for a year, before settling into a career in digital/brand marketing. Since meeting my nerdy film-lover musician partner I've been inspired to pick up a camera and pencil once again. Now I’m an artist & writer based in Birmingham, UK. I use comics, essays & film to explore my interests in my Jamaican-English heritage, psychology & alternative (sustainable) ways to live. I aspire to be a film maker and writer of speculative fiction. more...