JUNTA is a political thriller about Argentina’s military dictatorship in the seventies. A group of naval officers hold Maria’s family hostage to arrest political enemies. The story tells two sides. The men dedicated to uphold their code of honour and obey their superiors against a mother’s courage and sacrifice. Time and justice do not heal all wounds, but evil systems crumble in the end.
Upper class north London, what goes on behind closed doors? Who gets to wash the dirty laundry? Behind three well-presented houses we reveal three families. It’s a story of abuse, sex, drugs and deceit. A game of power and status with in the household. What happens when those washing the dirty laundry know more than expected? Tables are turned as the truth is revealed and so the real games begins. When truths are revealed, you never know who might use it to their own filthy advantage.
Simon is a paramedic, who whilst on a job is attacked. He is forced to go through a PEP treatment. This is a treatment that prevents HIV from developing and it has very strong side effects. Will Simon be the same person again when he returns to his job.
Have you ever lived with somebody that you don’t get along with? Life can be difficult in these situations. This film takes you on a journey with a couple who’s aim is to buy a house, pay off a mortgage and to live a simple life but some people just won’t let them.
The devastation of WW1 and the loss of an older brother has left a man suffering from flashbacks.
This short film takes the perspective of a German soldier because they are often projected as the “bad guys.” On a battlefield and in a world where a regime is capable of controlling its people, everybody is a victim of war.