The Magic Of Craft

BFI London Film Festival 2023


When 11-year-old Dean discovers an injured bird on his doorstep, memories resurface and he finds himself on an intense personal journey of discovery and growth.

‘Wings’ will screen as part of ‘London Calling: Being Seen’ twice: Saturday 7th October and Saturday 14th October. Both are 4pm in the Studio at BFI Southbank. 

Written by Sonya Hale

Directed by Billy Boyd Cape

Colour Grade by Toby Tomkins


French exchange student Gorka’s UK stay takes an unexpected turn when he accompanies a British family on a poignant journey.

‘Gorka’ will screen as part of ‘What Makes Us‘ 

Director: Joe Weiland 

Colour Grade by Jack McGinity 


Set in the wake of a destructive typhoon, this witty combination of road movie and docu-drama is a marvel of trans cinema.

‘Asog’ will screen as part of ‘Laugh‘  on Wednesday 04 October 2023 at 20:40 in Prince Charles Cinema, Downstairs Screen, and again on Saturday 07 October 2023 at 12:10 at BFI Southbank, NFT2.

Director: Seán Devlin

DP: Anna MacDonald

Colour Grade by Vlad Barin


Director: Rosanagh Griffiths

Cinematographer: Rik Burnell

Colour Grade by Toby Tomkins


‘Better’ will screen as part of ‘London Calling: Being Seen’.

Director: Zoe Hunter Gordon

DP: Tamas Meder

Colour Grade by Vlad Barin

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