The filmmaker tries to communicate with the sheep living where his parents are buried.
Toby Bull is an English writer and filmmaker living in London. In 2017, while studying at the UK’s National Film and Television School, he directed “Amore,” a short film about a group of women living near Heathrow who host a fortnightly ResistDance to oppose the airport’s expansion into their community. His second short, “Welcome to Harmondsworth” (2019), follows a tour group of pensioners as they explore another of the Heathrow villages, home to the largest immigration detention centre in Europe. It premiered in competition at Big Sky and screened at Full Frame and IceDocs.
Visions du Réel , Switzerland, 2021
Short Waves FF, Poland, 2021
First Look FF, United States, 2021
Pärnu IDFF, Estonia, 2021
International Documentary and
Short Film Festival
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