You Don’t Know What To Do
Running Time: 95′
Decisions and their consequences map out our lives, sometimes drastically and irreparably sometimes by opening new doors. From a woman who is considering changing her last name, to a man haunted by his past and prior commitments, these films tell us of those watershed moments which can change everything, reminding us that staying true to ourselves is often the toughest choice.
Once An Old Lady Sat On My Chest
UK | Candice Onyeama | 14 min
A young British Nigerian woman struggles to find a decent job. As her situation gets worse, she decides to take the drastic step of changing her ethnic name to an English one, hoping this will improve her chances.
UK | Duncan Christie | 15 min
Sophie and Henry are trying to locate their grown up son Tom, having lost contact with him for the umpteenth time during his struggles with drug addiction. Sophie will do anything to find her son but Henry knows it’s time to take a step back.
UK | Marley Morrison | 12 min
In a rural pub restaurant on a busy motorway, same-sex couple Brona and Alex await the arrival of a man called Karl.
UK | Christiana Ebohon Green | 15 min
Two estranged siblings are forced together to face a crucial decision – should their father’s medical treatment be withdrawn.
This Is Me
UK | Alexander Milo Bischof | 9 m
An estranged father returns home to attend his son’s wedding in an attempt to face the past and make amends.
War Has No Eyes
UK, Cyprus | Perry White | 13 min
A young Muslim from inner London searches for redemption from his troubled past after being challenged by his prior commitments.
Angels Of Our Past
UK | Max Law | 17 min
Skip and his 11 years-old son Adam’s solitary life in hiding is threatened by a visitor from their past. What follows forces Adam to make a choice, one that will shape his life forever.