Tackling tough subjects with the British Film Institute

A commision from the BFI (British Film Institute) Harm is a storyof  day-to-day misogyny, told from aman’s perspective. With the prevalence of self-confessed misogynists such asAndrew Tate never being far from the headlines the film explores how young menperceive women, the idea of victimhood and the titular harm it causes. Helmedby first-time director Georgie Levers and made in collaboration with FoyleRiver Films this shoot required a huge amount of tenacity to complete. Shotover 4 days in sub-zero temperature with a cast of over 40 people and a crew of25+. The film is destined for a worldwide festival run.


It was a pleasure to work with the BFI a world-renowned powerhouse anddistributor behind such films as Nil by Mouth, Fellini’s 8 ½ , The Crying Game,Get Carter, Gregory’s Girl, Howard’s End, Midnight Cowboy, The Shining, SevenSamurai and more!