A filmmaker from Scotland tries to understand what it means to be between two cultures by spending time with the women in her Algerian family.
Made with the Scottish Documentary Institute's Bridging the Gap scheme.
Watch the film here.
549: Scots of
the Spanish Civil War
history and community behind the Wonder Fools production.
Shot over 4 years, a group of teenagers who play Dungeons and Dragons each week approach the end of school and prepare for the party to go their separate ways...
Currently in development, watch this space...
Following the Wonder Fools Youth Board behind the scenes as they prepared and rehearsed for their own unique version
of Bryony Kimmings' Revolting which premiered at the Traverse Theatre on April 22, 2022.
Maite and Leticia train to become fully qualified football referees, in spite of the stigmas around the job and their own personal challenges.
Produced by OTOXO Productions, this shorter cut of the film is featured in an article about the girls in El Pais
Positive Stories for Negative Times
In June of 2021, Wonderfools worked in collaboration with the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland's The Fair Access Department to create a performance of Stef Smith's play 'The Pack' (Positive Stories Season One) with d/Deaf students at St Roch's Secondary School.
Both a short and long documentary was made out of the process.
What It Means To Be Me
This project ran by The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland's Fair Access Department facilitated a life changing arts workshop for care experienced and estranged participants, by care experienced and estranged artists.
Watch the film here.
These short profile, recruitment videos were made for the Transitions and Fair Access departments at the RCS. As a form of outreach, each short focuses on current and past students in each of these courses -
These two short documentaries were made for Connecting Nature, showing project in Glasgow which engage with nature based solutions.
Bellahouston Demonstration Gardens
Blairtummock Park at The Seven Lochs Wetland