Ross Hogg Ross Hogg

At the age of ninety-two, Isabella struggles to remember...

As she becomes ever fragile and her short-term memory begins to falter, her past is explored,
questioned and brought to life.

How much of your life do you need to remember to remain yourself?

WINNER: BAFTA, Best Scottish Short Film, 2016.
WINNER: No Budget Audience Award 'Optimistic Vision', Hamburg International Short Film Festival, 2016.
WINNER: Scottish Short Film Jury Award, Glasgow Short Film Festival, 2016.
WINNER: Best UK Short Film 19-25, BFI Future Film Festival, 2016.
WINNER: BFI RAW Award, 2016.
NOMINATED: Best British/Irish Short Film, London Critics Circle Award, 2017.
NOMINATED: Best Documentary, London Short Film Festival, 2016.
NOMINATED: Best Director/s, BFI Future Film Festival, 2016.
NOMINATED: Best UK Short, Open City Doc Fest, 2016.

Year of Production: 2015
Running time: 9 minutes 19 seconds
Directors: Ross Hogg & Duncan Cowles
Featuring: Isabella Hogg
Original score: Robbie Gunn
Sound design: Keith Duncan
Colourist: Will Anderson
Funding Institution: Creative Scotland

Official Selection:

01/2016 - London Short Film Festival, UK.
01/2016 - Berlin Film Festival British Shorts, Germany.
02/2016 - BFI Future Film Festival, UK.
02/2016 - Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, USA.
03/2016 - Glasgow Short Film Festival, UK.
04/2016 - Flatpack Film Festival, UK.
04/2016 - IndieLisboa, Portugal.
04/2016 - Vienna Independent Shorts, Austria.
04/2016 - Hamburg International Short Film Festival, Germany.
05/2016 - Edinburgh International Film Festival, UK.
09/2016 - Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival, UK.
09/2016 - Message to Man International Film Festival, Russia.
10/2016 - Uppsala International Short Film Festival, Sweden.
11/2016 - Aesthetica Short Film Festival, UK.
12/2016 - International Short Film Festival Zubroffka, Poland.