2020 Films

The LDN Filmmakers had one week to create a short film that reflected social issues that young people currently face in London.

To carry

Young Londoner Jay is one step away from achieving his dream of becoming a professional basketball player. But hard work is not the only requirement to make it to the top. The direction of his future rests entirely on the decision of a passing stranger.

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London made me

On her way home, a girl reflects on the vibrancy, culture and diversity of London and how it has shaped her

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No answer

Stephanie is a young woman preparing to go to university with her friends, but the street life is still calling her. Sometimes it’s too late to go back.

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London is a diverse and multicultural city. Nevertheless, there are many that still fight the stigma attached to their race, religion or postcodes. When two strangers meet on a train, their tendency to judge is put to the test.

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The pressure of submitting to society’s norms can be unbearable, but how do you break free without losing yourself in a big city like London?

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The silent path

How do you tell one of your closest friends the ugly truth? How do you help them out of a difficult situation if it means putting yourself at risk? Elle and Tee’s friendship could come to a bitter end unless they can figure out the answers.

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Apply now for our 2022 programme

Please complete the below details if you wish to enroll on the 2022 programme. Once submitted you will receive a confirmation of receipt email. After that, someone within Chocolate Films will be in contact via details provided if your application has been succesful or not. Hope to see you in Feb!

Reminder, you must be aged 15 by the 15/02/2022 to apply

Section 1: Your details

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Section 2: Written answers