Short Films

Fertility Daze (2020) – director, producer, co-writer, animation director

Biscuit Thief (2020) – director, producer, co-writer, cinematographer, editor

The Future Workplace (2019) – director, producer, co-writer, cinematographer, editor

Night Terror (2018) – director, producer, writer, cinematographer, editor

Reflections of a Private Eye (2018) – director, producer, writer

Phones Off (2017) – writer (dialogue

No Frame is an Island (2017) – contributing filmmaker, press liaison

 

Requital (2016) – producer

Cycle Path (2009) – director, producer, writer (dialogue), editor, cinematographer

Fertility Daze

2020 | romantic comedy | 19m | 1.78:1 | colour | silent | IMDb

Tom and Eve have five days to make a baby, but events conspire to keep them from their quality time. In other words... the best laid plans won't get them laid.

This silent rom-com mixes live action and animation, and was conceived by Andrew Gunn and storyteller Daiva Ivanauskaitė. The project won the Greenlight Script Pitch competition and is currently in post-production.

KATIE POWER  TIM BARROW  FERTILITY DAZE  CATRIONA HAMILTON  associate producers GRAEME CASSELS  PETER CRELLEN  executive producers SEAN LIONADH  JAMES GOI, JR  MATTHEW McCLURE  music by CHRISTOPHER BELSEY  edited by ELETTRA ARNELL costume designer ELIZABETH HARVEY  production designer AKVILĖ DIRMAUSKAITĖ  director of photography GEORGE HARWOOD  produced by OLIVIA REITALA  ANDREW GUNN  written by DAIVA IVANAUSKAITĖ & ANDREW GUNN  directed by ANDREW GUNN

Biscuit Thief

2020 | comedy | 3m | 2.40:1 | colour | silent | Vimeo

A woman has made some shortbread. A boy wants to share.

 

Shot in 90 minutes one Saturday afternoon and edited that evening, with bakery provided by granny and later eaten by cast and crew.

SAMUEL BROWN  DAIVA IVANAUSKAITĖ  BISCUIT THIEF  art director DAIVA IIVANAUSKAITĖ  music by KEVIN MacLEOD  cinematographer/editor ANDREW GUNN  written by SAMUEL BROWN & DAIVA IVANAUSKAITĖ & ANDREW GUNN  produced and directed by ANDREW GUNN

The Future Workplace

2019 | documentary | 21m | 1.78:1 | colour | english | IMDb

This documentary tracks the evolution of office design over the last three centuries, while behavioural scientist Alena Rogozhkina, architect Hatice Ozhisar and co-working expert Samantha Hulls discuss current trends and future possibilities.

This film was made for Scotland's Architecture Fringe 2019 and was shown at three events in Stirling, Edinburgh and Glasgow.

THE FUTURE WORKPLACE  featuring ALENA ROGOZHKINA  HATICE OZHISAR  SAMANTHA HULLS  sound GEMMA McADAM  cinematographer/editor ANDREW GUNN  music by KEVIN MacLEOD  written and produced by ALENA ROGOZHKINA  HATICE OZHISAR  ANDREW GUNN  directed by ANDREW GUNN

Night Terror

2018 | horror | 9m | 2.40:1 | colour | silent | IMDb

After putting her young son to bed, a woman is terrorised by a mysterious stalker.

A short, sharp horror made for Hallowe'en by filmmaker Andrew Gunn and storyteller Daiva Ivanauskaitė.

DAIVA IVANAUSKAITĖ  SAMUEL BROWN  NIGHT TERROR  associate producers ANTHONY CHALMERS  MYKE HALL  cinematographer/editor ANDREW GUNN  art director DAIVA IIVANAUSKAITĖ  written, produced and directed by ANDREW GUNN

Reflections of a Private Eye

2018 | film noir | 39m | 1.78:1 | colour | english | IMDb

Dick Nicely is gunned down in the comfort of his own home, and recalls the case that led to his death: a tail job for femme fatale Brigid Astor. But Brigid has her own story to tell: a deadly ride through the post-war underworld of gangsters, showbiz and forbidden love.

 

This film noir reinvents the private eye and femme fatale archetypes and applies an unconventional structure to a classic genre. Now available to watch on Amazon Prime Video.

KARL J. CLARIDGE  NIMA SÉNE  REFLECTIONS OF A PRIVATE EYE  NAOMI MILLER  TIM HARLEY  CRAIG McEWAN  score by GILES MEREDITH & CHRISTOPHER BELSEY  edited by MARK FRASER  costume designer ELIZABETH BROWN  art director DAIVA IIVANAUSKAITĖ  director of photography AARON RIVANDO  story by GRAEME CASSELS & ANDREW GUNN  screenplay by ANDREW GUNN produced by RYAN PASI  MANDY SHANNON  MYKE HALL  produced and directed by ANDREW GUNN

Phones Off

2017 | comedy | 1m | 1.78:1 | colour | english | IMDb

A comedy micro-short created for use at independent film screenings. This was shot at GMAC Film in Glasgow in less than two hours, with dialogue scribbled on Post-its one hour prior.

PHONES OFF  starring MYKE HALL  JAN RIEBE  KUMBIRAI NDORO  SHEENA SCOTT  RONJA BAUER  MARTIN PATTERSON  OLLE BORGAR  ANTHONY CHALMERS  sound recordist SHAUN CLARK  lighting GRAHAM STEVENSON  edited by C.J. LAZARETTI  director of photography SCOT MORRISON  written by ANTHONY CHALMERS & ANDREW GUNN  produced and directed by ANTHONY CHALMERS

No Frame is an Island

2017 | anthology | 19m | 1.78:1 | colour | english | Vimeo

On 23 June 2016 the UK voted to leave the European Union, while Scotland voted to remain.

 

In collaboration with Undivided, Young Filmmakers Glasgow set a challenge: react to Brexit with one shot lasting 30 seconds or less. The work of 56 filmmakers was then collected into this anthology, which screened in February 2017 accompanied by a live string quartet. It's a collaborative anthology, a documentary of emotion and a unique take on the form.

produced and edited by SEAN McINALLY

Requital

2016 | thriller | 7m | 1.78:1 | colour | english | IMDb

A woman betrays her best friend in the worst possible way and must endure the vicious consequences.

Requital premièred in Glasgow on Valentine's Day 2016 and has been screened at festivals worldwide, including the London Rolling Film Festival and Ax Wound in 2016, and Jennifer's Bodies in 2017.

RACHEL LEONARD  PAULA DUNN  STUART SMITH  REQUITAL  costume designer ELIZABETH BROWN  sound designer TOM HEMBLADE  score by GILES MEREDITH  edited by PETER J. STEWART  lighting GRAHAM STEVENSON  director of photography KRISTOPHER BLAIR  produced by ANDREW GUNN  JO OSBORNE  written and directed by JO OSBORNE

Cycle Path

2009 | horror | 29m | 1.85:1 | black and white | french | IMDb

After a night on the town, a young woman loses her way home and heads into one of Glasgow's most notorious locations: the cycle tunnel under the River Clyde.

Cycle Path premièred at the Glasgow Film Theatre in October 2008 and was tweaked in early 2009. Some DVDs were burned but several home moves later, the original hard drive was lost. For Hallowe'en 2020 Andrew Gunn took the video file from one of the surviving discs and cut the film from 37 minutes to 29.

REJANE MESSERLY  CYCLE PATH  editor/cinematographer ANDREW GUNN  art directors NEIL DAX  DEREK DOW  produced by NEIL DAX  ANDREW GUNN  written by NEIL DAX  directed by ANDREW GUNN

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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