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New graduate talent, NAHEMI screening & awards ceremony. The National Association of Higher Education in the Moving Image, presents a programme of some of the most exciting, dynamic and diverse films made in the UK this year by students studying at some of our member institutions. NAHEMI acts as a forum for debate on all matters pertaining to the teaching practice in the Moving Image in Higher Education across the UK.
Dir: Lara Zeidan
8 mins 59 secs
In the oldest fun park of Beirut, three girls convince their reluctant friend to join them on a Ferris Wheel, bringing out unexpected truths among them.
Dir: Elise Martin
14 mins 05 secs
Vera’s relationship with Fred is beginning to blossom but she can’t help feeling distracted by three opinionated ghosts who also inhabit her house.
Dir: Eleanor Rogers
17 mins 51 secs
When a team member gets injured days before a competition, the relay team get a replacement from a confident outsider, who the headstrong, driven leader of the team hates.
Mr Smiths Rules
Dir: Gemma Farshi
A glimpse into craftsman Kelvyn Smith’s well oiled letterpress workshop in South London.
All You Can Carry
Dir: Andrew Rose
17 mins 51 secs
A real-time survival-horror film about one boy’s rite of passage in the rural south.
Dir: Nirmala Valinciute
8 mins 40 secs
After the 1941 Lithuanian deportations to Siberia, a woman recalls watching her parents struggle through the aftermath.
Dir: Rohan Reddy
At a Catholic girls school, conservative Robyn is captivated by her outspoken, rebellious classmate Isabella, who forces her to face her repressed sexuality.
Dir: Lucia Bulgheron
8 mins 35 secs
Katrine has a normal life, a normal job, a normal boyfriend and a normal apartment in a normal city – or at least that’s what she thinks!
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