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Latest film set for a Southbank Premiere


We have recently completed a compelling and atmospheric short film featuring deaf young people from Greenwich, South London. Life & Deaf which takes poetry written by deaf children and young people from around UK to form a powerful narrative, will be premiered at the Purcell Room at The Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank on 29th March this year.

Adapted for screen and directed by Eelyn Lee, the film was shot over 3 days on locations in Greenwich by cinematographer Domink Rippl on a RED camera. Jane Thomas from the Life and Deaf Association says of the film,

'...the 7 minute short film is stunning. Eelyn Lee Productions added animation and a perfect soundscape to the outstanding visuals. We are very excited to launch the film in 2012...'


IMAGE An Atmospheric Screening at Coalhouse Fort

Monday, 26 September 2016
Last night 180 people sat in deck chairs to watch a special outdoor preview screening of Creature of the Estuary at Coalhouse Fort, Tilbury. Introduced by writer and curator, Gareth Evans [Whitechapel], the film that delves in to the estuary mud to unearth stories of fear and... Read More...

IMAGE Creature of the Estuary Starts Filming

Tuesday, 23 August 2016
Principal photography on Eelyn Lee's latest film, Creature of the Estuary began this week along the South Essex stretch of the Thames Estuary. Eelyn welcomes back BAFTA-winning actor Anamaria Marinca [above right] as Rada, a migrant who arrives by small boat at the... Read More...