9 min / narrative / 2010 / UK
filmmaker: Stephen Clarke
Paul makes the big mistake of letting his brother know he fancies Sam . . . who tells his dad, who tells his support worker, who tells his teacher, who tells . . .
When everyone finds out that Paul likes a girl from school named Sam, his family, support worker and teacher all try to act in Paul’s ‘Best Interest’ . . . but it doesn’t work like that.
Winner of ‘Best Overall Film’ award at the Oska Bright Festival 2011.
Winner of ‘Best Drama’ award at the Flash Forward Film Festival in Oxford 2010.
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