‘Home Time’ by Bhulla Beghal, BlueBell Films, is a new poem film commissioned as part of Multistory’s Stories in Isolation series.
Sweet and humorous, the short film tells the story of a boy’s musings on school, now that he can no longer attend due to lockdown.
BBC Midlands Today on Home Time
Satnam Rana reports on Home Time, what it represents and how Bhulla made it in lockdown with the help of his nephew, Avian, and niece, Jaya.
Screen Brum Talks to Bhulla Beghal
Screen Brum talks to Bhulla Beghal of Bluebell Films about his lockdown short film Home Time, which warmly tells the tale of a boy missing school whilst under quarantine.
Midlands Spotlight – Home Time from Bhulla Beghal
“A new film from Midlands Movies Awards nominee Bhulla Beghal has just been released about a boy who realises how much he misses school now that it has been taken from him.” Click here to read the full post.
A Scribbled Memory
A Scribbled Memory is our award-winning public service film that visualises a real radio interview. It highlights potential long-term effects of growing up in an abusive environment for a child. From late 2018 to early 2020, it toured 34 film festivals worldwide and won 7 film festival awards. Click here for more about its awards.
Manchester Film Festival Interview
Bhulla Beghal speaks at Manchester Film Festival where A Scribbled Memory won the Best Experimental film of the festival.
Oxford International Film Festival Interview
Bhulla Beghal speaks at Oxford International Film Festival where A Scribbled Memory won the Best Experimental film of the festival.
Nottingham Film Festival Interview
Bhulla Beghal speaks at Nottingham Film Festival.