An official selection for screening at the Lift-Off Sessions 2020, this action-packed short film is a brand new festival compilation of best bits from our award-winning sketch show Monday Tuesday Banana, which picked up Best Web/TV Series at the New Cinema Lisbon Film Festival in May 2020.
From the award-winning creators of Monday Tuesday Banana comes a brand new romantic comedy – an official selection for the Screen Power Film Festival 2020 and the New Cinema Lisbon Film Festival 2020. The film’s hapless eponymous hero has been dumped by his girlfriend. But this is the least of his problems, because his head is a big teapot. After downloading a dating app and going on several disastrous dates, he meets the girl of his dreams, entirely by chance. “Happily Ever After” beckons. But life still has a few surprises in store. Note: Studio Senseless have also produced a mesmerising silent version of this film, in black and white.
Studio Senseless are proud to present the latest trailer for Sowerby & Luff’s award-winning animated series MONDAY TUESDAY BANANA. Watch the whole series here: http://www.studiosenseless.com
“Intelligent, fun and fresh” New Cinema Festival, Lisbon 2020
Sowerby & Luff’s award-winning web series. Winner, Best Web/TV Series, New Cinema Lisbon Film Festival May 2020. Finalist, Flickfair 2020. Official Selection, Prisma Rome Independent Film Awards 2020, Lift-Off Sessions 2020 and Screenpower Film Festival 2021. This selection of material from Sowerby & Luff’s animated sketch series Monday Tuesday Banana has been specially versioned for the international film festival circuit. The film was produced at Studio Senseless and features a ramshackle cast of animals, insects, germs and humans who perform in a variety of surreal and often confusing sketches. The film was created by Brian Luff, who also directed and animated it and co-wrote the script with partner Georgina Sowerby. Brian and Georgina also supply the voices for the characters. Sowerby & Luff’s short-form animated comedy shows are distributed by Twisted Mirror TV in London and NovoComedy in Paris.