The Man Whose Head Was a Big Teapot (2020)

From the award-winning creators of Monday Tuesday Banana comes a brand new romantic comedy. Our 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.

A fairy story for grown-ups about the inescapable fact that most of the time Mr/Mrs Right turns out to be Mr/Mrs Wrong.

Monday Tuesday Banana (2020)

“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.

Olwyn (2020)

A garden swing can be a very dangerous piece of equipment. But don’t worry, the universe is keeping a watchful eye over you. A brand new short film from Brian Luff, with sincere apologies to Stanley Kubrick and Steven Spielberg.

Vetraio (2020)

A brand new short film from Brian Luff. Following a thunderstorm, a haunting bell draws a young lad called Vetraio inexplicably to the village church. Written by Brian Luff, Georgina Sowerby & Cameron JL West. A Fit2Fill Production. Duration 6 mins.

Cat Not Here

Brian wants to win the Turner Prize, and he’s just had the greatest idea of his life. This new short film from the studios of Sowerby & Luff in London is an official selection for the Prisma Rome Independent Film Awards and the ICONA Animation Festival 2019.

“Incredibly touching, original, heart-felt.
The animation is superb, the story completely engrossing!”
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