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We Once Were Tide

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Written by Matthew Kyne Baskott. Directed by Jason Bradbury. Cinematography by Adam Scarth.

Editing by Yasuyuki Otsuki. Music by Patrick Jonsson. Sound by Marcin Knyziak

Starring Alexander Scott, Tristan Bernays and Mandy Aldridge

Set on the Isle of Wight, the film tells the story of Anthony and Kyle, and their last night together as Kyle moves away leaving Anthony to look after his terminally ill mother. Poetic in nature, the film is concerned with exploring the intimate and often unspoken moment in which we give something special away.


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James leads a lonely life in a luxurious castle in which his parents run a hotel. He never goes out with friends, spends his spare time in his room and peeks at the hotel's guests out of boredom. Generally hides in his room, to stay away from his wannabe-controlling mother, who has no insight in the life of her son, James is forced outside when a group of handsome Swedish soccer players staying at the hotel capture his interest. 

When he finds one of the boys injured at the hotel's swimming pool, James offers his help and smuggles the boy into his room and locks the door. Locked up with a strange boy in his own room, James experiences the complexity of his own sexual feelings and insecurities for the first time.

WATER | VATTNET is a short coming-of-age film about family, loneliness and sexual identity. It examines the confusing period of adolescence and the first homosexual feelings of a young boy in a refreshing, open and stylish way.

STARRING: Tobias Kersloot, Serge Mensink, Barbara Labrie
DIRECTED & WRITEN BY: Marco van Bergen
PRODUCED BY: Lucinda Verwey
DOP: Winant Veldhuizen

Tonight It's Me

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A hot young hustler finds himself in uncharted waters when he spends the night with a client who’s far from the “johns” he’s used to servicing.

A Star-Crossed Love

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A low budget short student film project. Warning! This video is actually meant to be humorous (we think?).

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