Black Sheep follows two brothers from the North of England and their adolescent curiosity for the EDL - a right-wing street protest movement against radical Islam in Britain. This observational documentary portrays the working class youth culture in the North and the impact that the EDL has on these impressionable young men. Watch Sam and Jack decide for themselves whether this organisation, that some call racist and xenophobic, is a cause worth fighting for.

Black Sheep caused a stir amongst last year’s festival circuit for its controversial depiction of riots in Northern England. It’s an eclectic mix of genre and a masterclass in the craft of short filmmaking as its own unique, succinct cinematic form.                                                          - LSFF

Genre: Documentary                                                

Time: 16 mins


- BAFTA - Shortlisted

- BFI London Film Festival - Official Selection

- IDFA - Official Selection

- Grierson Awards -  Nominated for Student Documentary Award

- Hamburg International Short Film Festival - International Competition

 - DOK Leipzig - International Competition

- Premiers Plans Angers Festival - Official Selection

- Aesthetica Short Film Festival - Official Selection

- London Short Film Festival - Official Selection

- Festival Dei Popoli - Official Selection

- New Orleans Film Festival -  Documentary Competition

- Tirana International Film Festival - Best First Film

- Moscow International Documentary Film Festival - Special Jury Mention

- American Documentary Film Festival - Official Selection

- Kinemastik International Short Film Festival - Official Selection

- World Film Festival - Official Selection

Flensburg Short Film Festival - Official Selection

MOV Film Festival - Official Selection

- Berlin British Short Film Festival - Official Selection