Coming up on Indie FilmOnTV in May!

Indie FilmOnTV is THE show for independent filmmakers.

Deborah Espect introduces films made be independent filmmakers, followed by interviews with them to find out all about their experiences making their films.

The shows are available to watch on Latest TV in the Brighton area on Freeview 7 and Virgin Media 159, and to livestream anywhere in the world at

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Wednesday 8th May – 9pm
Wednesday 22nd May – 9.50pm

Domestic Animals by Severin Gmünder & Chris Bucher
Since Andreas has temporarily turned into a kitten, he has the animal authority OR-WELL and its sadistic official Cat-Gunther on his neck. Any such transformation is illegal! When his wife decides to live her life as a chicken and the authority knocks on their door, the family is looking set to fall apart. Will they manage to escape the inhumanity of the OR-WELL territory and save themselves?

Wednesday 8th May – 9.50pm
Wednesday 22nd May – 9pm

Woman Meets Girl by Murry Peeters
As cocktails lead to revealing conversation, chemistry builds between Annabelle, an awkward in her own skin, forty-two-year-old woman and Tessie, an extroverted, eighteen-year-old sex worker. A surprising moment soon introduces the possibility of deeper connection.

Shoebox by Gary Dugan
In the midst of the housing crisis, a young single mother struggles to provide her charitable daughter with a more stable home than she had.

Wednesday 15th May – 9pm
Wednesday 29th May – 9.50pm

Two Kilos by Mohsin Sha
The story of Atif, a young Middle Eastern man facing a difficult task: to leave his sister and embark on an uncertain journey to the west, in search for better opportunities to help his sick mother. As he boards the container that will illegally get him to his destination, Atif faces a hard decision: being able to only take two kilos of luggage, he must decide whether he will carry the thermos filled with water his sister insisted would ensure his survival, or his father´s old jacket, the only thing that would help him feel close to his family in the toughest of times.

Wrought by Joel Penner
A stunning visual exploration of matter in various states of microbial transformation begs fundamental questions about human cultures’ complicated relationships with other species.

Wednesday 15th May – 9.50pm
Wednesday 29th May – 9pm

Roofs by Esme Duncan
An animated documentary that explores six different people’s accounts of lockdown due to the coronavirus outbreak in 2020. It explores themes of isolation, loneliness, working from home and connection. Reflecting on this inextricable time, it begs the question: what can we learn from all this?

Adam2 by Luke Baker
A disgraced software engineer creates an A.I. replica of himself, much to the chagrin of his wife who is tasked with building the body.

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