Starring BADGER SKELTON with JAMES BACKWAY, TOMMY JESSOP, ASHLEY MCGUIRE and EDDIE WEBBER, JASMINE JOBSON, GEORGINA MINTER BROWN    Casting by ANNA KENNEDY C.S.A.  



Written and directed by RICHARD GORODECKY    Producers MISCHA ROZEMA, RICHARD GORODECKY, JULES TERVOORT, ANIA MARKHAM    Associate Producer  ANNEJES VAN LIEMPD    Director Of Photography, Grading  JAMES MILLER    Editor BEN PUTLAND    Music by ANGUS MACRAE    Sound Design NICK SMITH    Assistant Sound Design ROBERT STELMACH    Sound On Set ANDREW GEMMIL    Stylist, Wardrobe, Props  REBECCA SEAGER    Wardrobe Assistant  TIZIANA CALLARI, CAIO SANFELICE    Hair, Make-up  BETHANY SWAN    First A.D, Line Producer GARY HALLIDAY    Production Assistant, Location Scout    STEPHEN SMART  Head Of Post Production IVOR GOLDBERG    VFX Lead Artist CHRIS STAVES    VFX Artist KAMELIYA DIMITROVA, SEBASTIAN VAN HESTEREN    Title Design FILIPE CARVALHO    Motion Design DOMA HARKAI    Graphic Design HUGO MORAIS    Stills Photographer  NICK FALLOWFIELD-COOPER    BTS Photographer PHILIP BLOOM    Runners GABY ZAK, GEORGE ADAMSON, ALISTAIR MENDZ    Location Bus  SQUARE WHEELS ON LOCATION, IVAN SILVERSTEIN   Insurance WELNSURE    Talent Agencies  TTA KIDS, HATTON MCEWAN PENFORD, LISA TOOGOOD, JANE JESSOP, PELHAM ASSOCIATES, BEX ELIFF, CHRYSTEL ARTS AGENCY AND SCHOOL




“Mini monochrome masterpiece.” 


@LSFF, London Short Film Festival


“Quietly lyrical, Little Shit finds beauty and wonder amid austere tower blocks.” 

Don O’Mahoney, Head of Programming, Cork Film Festival

“Love this Little Shit”

Rutger Hauer, Actor (Blade Runner, Batman Begins)

“The best short films are like 7” singles.  Little Shit is very much a hit.” 

Colm McAuliffe, Film Curator

“Wise and wonderful work here helps to dispel the myths and stereotypes of kids we are quick to label yet not so quick to simply love.”

Richard Propes, The Independent Critic

Little Shit (2018) on IMDb

SYNOPSIS


Paul has an attitude. He’s the kid you cross the road to avoid. The no-hoper you pray your children never become. But there’s more to Paul than meets the eye or the ear. A side that he only finds when he’s truly lost.

Little Shit is a child’s journey to discover his and London’s hidden nature.