As everyone comes together in celebration of their community, we follow Edwards journey through the event.
PRESCHOOL LIFE AT THE HAMLET (2019)
The story follows and captures Noah's life at the Hamlet Preschool, bringing to attention the incredible impact they have had in supporting the family and Noah's inspiring development.
BETTER TOGETHER (2019)
In a society where people are too busy with their own mundane routines and oblivious of each other, a passionate street performer, Sophie, notices a little girl from the crowd being her only audience. Sophie embarks on a journey to create unity by infecting people with a contagious feeling to dance.
FIFTH STAGE (2019)
Arthur, a widowed elder is accustomed to his mundane routine until the sudden death of his sister Joy. The absence of his only family member causes disruption and lack of control in Arthur’s now not so mundane life. As the elder attempts to deal with the grief, Joy’s carer, Clair, tries to bring back light into his life by passing on Joy’s beloved dog as her dying wish. Reluctant at first, Arthur refuses to accept, but soon realises he needs part of joy back into his life.
HIS ARC (2019)
Kelly, a mum of a 10-year-old Noah talks about their journey of what it's like to have a child with complex health and learning needs. A heart-warming documentary highlighting how the Hamlet has helped the family personally.
HIS GHOST (2018)
A 15-year-old Alexis is learning to live in the new burnt out civilisation in rural England. With the loss of her parents in this post-apocalyptic time, she adapts to the world following a flu pandemic. Terror attacks are frequently reigning down on the country as she cares for a survivor that is now bedridden. She cherishes the memories of her old life. With Christmas nearing, she takes great risks against the threat of terrorists and other survivors, to bring happiness to Mr Gresham; by retrieving a piece of text he loves but can't seem to remember the ending to anymore.
A short horror about secret scientific experiments on humans, as a one woman becomes a survivor by being immune to the tests.
Hazel decides to finally meet her father but both of them do not know what to say to each other after such a long time. She finds an old chess board demanding they play a game like they used to when she was a child, in hope to bond a broken relationship.