The Widow, Director. Red 6k. In post production
The Barber, High Def - clip. Director
Love Hides in dark places; to find it you have to move closer...
"It’s impossible to find flaws in this film. Strange, beautiful and with an excellent mise en scene, The Barber is intriguing. A joy to savour like all good cinema. A story that tells much more than what you see."
THE HERALD, SORIA
"My stand-out films of the British programme were Nicola Morris’s The Barber, a simple but affecting film about a man’s relationship with a father suffering from dementia."
"A moving masterpiece"
BIRDS EYE VIEW
Colette, 35mm Writer/Director
Holliday Grainger in an intensely moving film that challenges teenagers' perceptions of love and sex
Awarded UK Film Council Completion Fund. UK Film Council selected as one of their best short films 2010 to take to Clermont Ferrand and Cannes Film Festival. Also screened at Encounters. Nominated for Best Short film at Montreal and London Short Film Festival. Bought for broadcast by Shorts International. Female directors to watch list Letterboxd.
Short films in competition, Montreal Film Festival
"Also notable is s Colette, by Britain’s Nicola Morris. The 13-minute film about very young lovers nods to 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days in its graphic depiction of abortion, and includes a moving love story and apt music as well."