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Eighty-Sita Productions creates groundbreaking stories, empowering communities and building relationships.

Films

BOOTYBASS
Booty Bass, a queer female and non-binary DJ collective, challenges music industry norms

Directors:  Charlotte Sawyer & Aggie Nyagari

Genre: Feature Length Documentary

In a society that renders them invisible, Booty Bass, a queer female and non-binary DJ collective, challenges music industry norms. Building and curating their own venue at a 60,000 capacity festival, they show the necessity of representation and how differences can bring people together in a society that tries to pull them apart


Booty Bass are a queer, female and non-binary DJ crew from the South West. Born out of necessity, they cater to queer people of colour embracing their sexuality who have nowhere else to go. Those who are from marginalised backgrounds - the oddities of society. Booty Bass is more than just a club night. It is an ethos of acceptance and positivity. But with their biggest year ahead, tensions run high - will they come out the other side stronger than before? Or will a year of growth and tough decisions tear them apart?

RAVE ON FOR THE AVON
an intimate and action-packed documentary that explores the love for rivers shared by campaigners.

Director:  Charlotte Sawyer

Producer: Aggie Nyagari

Genre:  Feature Length Documentary

 

Filmed over two years in Bristol, Rave On For The Avon is an intimate and action-packed documentary that explores the love for rivers shared by campaigners. 

An immersive and cinematic film, it allows viewers to melt into the river, to see, hear and almost feel the tingling of the cold as swimmer dip their toes in. The film blends the cinematic and poetic with intimate, observational filmmaking and action- packed adventure scenes. It is a real mix to show the tapestry of ways we love our local patch of the Avon and why we want to protect it

 

VACANT
s the Scrabble board get ever fuller, and the words ruder, the shell-shocked pair wonder if the room will ever be filled

Directors:  Aggie Nyagari

Screenwriter:  Simon Harvey-Williams

Genre: Fiction Comedy

Finding the perfect housemate isn't easy, sometimes just finding someone normal can be tough. 1 room, 24 viewings, Sarah and Martin have a long day ahead of them. With a game of Scrabble on the go, and a modicum of hope, the pair begin the search to find the right person. Optimism quickly fades as they meet a selection of Bristol's more eccentric characters. As the Scrabble board get ever fuller, and the words ruder, the shell-shocked pair wonder if the room will ever be filled... and if there is anyone sane left in the city.

This film explores the pain of house-sharing arrangements, from finding someone to rent your spare room to from a crop of odd-balls, to the pain of having to impress those deciding your fate. It also highlights the housing crisis that most of us have faced or continue to face when it comes to the uncertainty of where to next call home.

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