London Unplugged trailer: A diverse look at life for modern day Londoners
London Unplugged is an anthology film featuring ten female-led shorts focussing on life in the capital today. Eight of the shorts are directed by women, and it includes new takes on Virginia Woolf’s ‘Kew Gardens’ and Katherine Mansfield’s ‘Pictures’. Some of the themes covered in the film include isolation, asylum, unmanageable rents and identity - all of which are highly relevant for those living not just in London, but in any major city across the world today. Take a look at the trailer for London Unplugged above to get a taster of what's in store.
The film is a portmanteau exploration of disparate characters scattered across London. A refreshing take on the complexities, contradictions and compromises of modern living in the greatest city on Earth.
The directors involved in the film are George Taylor, Nicholas Cohen, Ben Jacobsen, Mitchell Crawford, Qi Zhang, Natalia Casali, Kaki Wong, Rosanna Lowe, Andrew Cryan, Layke Anderson and Andres Heger-Bratterud.
London Unplugged is released in UK cinemas on January 18th.