The London Film School is recognised as one of the best graduate film schools in the world. It prides itself that during the six term course its students will make a short movie each term and they’re all shot on film. This third term short is a documentary about the personal journey of a young Palestinian woman, Fatma Mohammed El Moghunni through the passages of the London Underground, as she looking for a home.
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Fragile won Best Short Drama at the Royal Television Society, London Awards at Channel 4. The student filmmakers were: Hayley Gelling – Writer; Calixte Davis – Director; Louise Penrose – Producer; Aleksey Gurkin – Lighting Designer; Ruanne Abou-Rahme – Sound Designer; Gavin Turnbull – Cinematographer; Wesley Horan – Editor. Fragile was chosen for screening in the Best of British Student Films selection at the Brief Encounters International Short Film Festival in Bristol, November 2005. The film was also selected as winner of the Kodak Award for Best Cinematography. Fragile was also screened (alongside other Goldsmiths productions) at the Short Ends World Film Schools Festival at the ICA in November 2005, and at the NAHEMI Eat Our Shorts Festival at the NFT in December 2005. The script for Fragile won the Goldsmiths Media Best Short Screenplay Competition in 2003 and was broadcast by the BBC as part of their Homegrown Hollywood season in July 2005.
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