Monument (extract)

16mm, 6 mins, 2017

Monument is an ongoing project which will eventually consist of 4 parts which will counterpoint autobiographical material with thematic strands drawing on nature, folklore and cinematic innovations.


Screenings :

Edinburgh International Film Festival ’17

Toured Nova Scotia in a collaborative programme with Atlantic Filmmakers Co-Operative and Edinburgh Film Festival

London Short Film Festival



16mm/digital, 8.5 mins, 2015

A personal and expressionistic response to a particular side of rural England; 'Ottery' was made over several visits to Ottery St.Mary in Devon and it's flaming tar barrels festival.



Edinburgh International Film festival ’15

Zinebi Bilbao ’16

GSFF ’16

Café Oto (as part of Trembling Bells residency)

Lea on Sea Folk Festival


The Fisherman's Daughter

16mm, 7 mins, 2011, IdeasTap

Adaptation of Western Isles folk story about a girl falling in love with a seal and what her parents do when they find out.

read more about it's making here



Edinburgh International Film Festival 2011

Glasgow Short Film Festival 2012

Flatpack Festival 2013

TradFest Edinburgh 2015

exhibited at Towner Gallery as part of Museum of British Folklore group show 2013


Death in a Nut

HD, 16 mins, 2012, Creative Scotland

A second adaptation of a Duncan Williamson Western Isles folk story, this time about what a young man does when he realises Death has come for his mother.


Screenings :

Edinburgh International Film Festival 2012 (Nominated for Best British Short)

Inverness Film Festival 2012

Shnit International Shortfilmfestival 2012 (Nominated for Best Short Film Under 20 mins)

Glasgow Short Film Festival 2013

Rennes Travelling Film Festival 2013

Aesthetica Short Film Festival 2013

exhibited at Towner Gallery as part of Museum of British Folklore group show 2013.




Trembling Bells - Christ's Entry into Govan




Ex-School Film, conversation between Troels Andersen and Bjørn Nørgaard

HD/archive, two-screen, 55min, 2014

Troels Andersen and Bjørn Nørgaard talk about their time with the Ex-School. Made with Alice Maude-Roxby for her Anti-Academy exhibition at the John Hansard Gallery.