London Unplugged

Release Date: 03 August 2020 | Certificate: Suitable for 15 years and over
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London Unplugged is a heartfelt collection of 10 short films by emerging, diverse talent that speaks to survival and connection in the big city; tackling issues from asylum, homelessness and predatory landlords to nightlife and dangerous pets. Together these tales weave a tapestry of London as experienced right now: one of the most expensive, extraordinary, extreme cities in the world. The emphasis is on female stories. The film showcases adaptations by two classic female authors, written while they were new voices, struggling in London: Virginia Woolf's "Kew Gardens" and Katherine Mansfield's "Pictures." The spine of the film is an East to West journey run by aspiring athlete, Yourlance Bianca Richards. Her determination and struggle mirrors her life story, tapping the into question facing every Londoner: How do you find meaning and connection in this vast, costly city?


Directors: Supervising Director: Nicholas Cohen Individual Segment/ Short Film Directors: Nicholas Cohen, Rosanna Lowe, Layke Anderson, Jane Kinninmont, George Taylor, Mitchell Crawford, Natalia Casali, Qi Zhang, Andres Heger-Bratterud, Andrew Cryan, Ben Jacobson. Extras/ Special Features: Making of Documentary 6 x Individual Interviews and outtakes with filmmakers/ on 6 of the short films: Layke Anderson (Shopping) Rosanna Lowe (Pictures) Jane Kinninmont (Little Sarah's Big Adventure) George Taylor (Dog Days) George Taylor (Felines) Nicholas Cohen (Kew Gardens) 1 x Extra short film about London ; 'Country Boy's Hip Hop Struggle.'
Release Date: 03 August 2020
Certificate: 15 - Suitable for Persons Aged 15 or Over
SKU: DCR0005