I am a writer/director and producer of short, feature and documentary films. You can find details of most of my films here, along with production stills, behind the scenes information and trailers. I have particular experience of working with kids and young people (but I’m just as happy working with grown ups too…).
Showreel Spring 2015:
The Treehouse Trailer
Please check out the website for my latest short film ‘The Treehouse’, which was shot in May 2014 on location in Kent and at Shepperton Studios near London with support from the BFI and Creative England. It is currently on the festival circuit and has already won four awards! www.thetreehousefilm.co.uk
If you would like to see some examples of my commercial, corporate & brand films, check out my production company website www.angelicdigital.co.uk
‘The Treehouse’ wins BEST SHORT FILM at the 2015 Tupelo Film Festival!
‘The Treehouse’ wins BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY at the 2014 Underwire Festival in London! Congratulations to DoP Gabi Norland and her team! It has also started picking up ‘official selections’ for international film festivals including screenings in the US, Canada, Bulgaria, Romania and Sweden!
‘The Treehouse’ wins an AUDIENCE AWARD at the On The Edge Film Festival in the US.
‘The Treehouse’ wins BEST ORIGINAL SCORE at the 2015 MediaMusic awards in Moscow!
‘A Little Bit Country’ will receive it’s Australian Premiere at the Melbourne Queer Film Festival in 2015! The film had a strong 2013/14 festival run in the US, UK and around the world and continues to find audiences all over the place🙂.
My award winning short film ‘Boy Soldiers’, produced with the kids from PQA Aylesbury, screened for 3 weeks at the Imperial War Museum this autumn. Check out the blog post below for more details!
‘Epitaph’ was selected for the Pune Short film festival in India this month. In 2013 it was nominated for an award in the Writers category at the Underwire Film Festival in London and was one of just 5 British short films selected for the Birds Eye View Film Festival at London’s BFI on the south bank. It was also selected for screening in at the Directors UK festival in London in June 2014.
Here’s some highlights from a recent review of ‘A Little Bit Country’ – “That’s the genial genius of this little film from Amy Coop: treating a silly subject with deadpan drama, it becomes about so much more than it seems. Handsomely shot, A Little Bit Country effectively channels professional productions into this pristine passion project. Expertly spread across just seven minutes, it’s a film that understands perfectly how to play its cards, emphasising awkwardness to bait a final sweet reveal. 74/100″ – Ronan Murphy, NextProjection.com
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