A commision from the BFI (British Film Institute) Harm is a story of day-to-day misogyny, told from a man’s perspective. With the prevalence of self-confessed misogynists such as Andrew Tate never being far from the headlines the film explores how young men perceive women, the idea of victimhood and the titular harm it causes. Helmed by first-time director Georgie Levers and made in collaboration with Foyle River Films this shoot required a huge amount of tenacity to complete. Shot over 4 days in sub-zero temperature with a cast of over 40 people and a crew of 25+. The film is destined for a worldwide festival run.
It was a pleasure to work with the BFI a world-renowned powerhouse and distributor 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, Seven Samurai and more!