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Directed and written by Cristiane Ehrlich

Produced by Lizzie Worsdell

Production Company: Ehrlich Films



Megan Granger is an accountant who just moved to London with big dreams of living a more adventurous and fulfilling life. Very quickly, she begins to feel engulfed and overwhelmed by a nagging loneliness, experiencing a constant feeling of being disconnected from others and a complete outcast. She eventually decides to end her life and hires a hitman to do the job.

Monster Heart



Directed and written by Priyanga Burford

Produced by Kate Phibbs and Maria Austin

Production Company: Dawn Chorus Films

Production Manager: Lizzie Worsdell



It is high summer 1851. At 54, Mary Shelley is in the last couple of months of her life, but she is stronger, more present, more creative than ever. She has had a brilliant literary career and a life filled with love, passion, addiction, fame, scandal, broken families, tragedy. Her spirit and energy are undimmed – and she’s still a goth at heart. The brain tumour that will kill her gives Mary shattering headaches, and she is haunted by hallucinations from the laudanum she takes to ease the pain. Aware that her time is short, she wants to set things right with the women she has crossed paths with. Together they will put to rest the memory of Percy Bysshe Shelley: a man they’ve all loved and hated. Decades before, his body had been cremated on the beach in Italy. A family friend pulled his heart from the flames and brought it back to England. It’s been on Mary’s desk in a silken shroud ever since. This film will tell the story of Mary’s weekend-long birthday gathering. She wants to cremate Shelley’s heart on the beach: a ritual to mark the end of one chapter and the beginning of the next – even if that is oblivion. There will be long sunsets, wild waves, starry nights, ice cream, brandy, the comfort of friendship and the sting of old rivalries. Of course, every good party must have a gate-crasher, and this celebration is no exception. There is a dead woman in attendance.

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Directed and written by Laura Smith

Produced by Elena Valeri

Production company: Borderland Productions

Associate Producer: Lizzie Worsdell



Amy is terrified. There’s something repulsive growing inside her. She fears it’s the physical manifestation of the secret she’s hiding from her boyfriend: she doesn’t want children. He does. And he’s excited because he thinks she’s pregnant. GRAVID is a visceral social horror exploring the pressure to conform, the fear of rejection and the desire to balance who we are alongside acceptance from those we love. It’s also a portrayal of a woman who doesn’t want children. Although expectations around this are starting to be discussed in the cultural sphere, cinematic portrayals are still relatively rare. More often, it’s male characters having this dilemma.




Directed and written by David O'Mahony

Produced by Lizzie Worsdell

Production Company: Blue Pineapple Pictures | Big Finish Productions



Beth sits by her husbands grave - reminiscing and sharing stories - funny and sad. She then confesses she has been given the diagnosis of dementia and Alzheimer's and goes on to explain how this might affect her.

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