Bailey Tom Bailey cut his teeth as a painter before moving into filmmaking. The films often a personal mix of coming of age, biological scifi and neo-noir to tell stories of people trying to understand the mysteries of themselves and the world around them.
His films have received awards and nominations at festivals across Europe including Raindance, East End, Berlinale and European Independent film festival. Some of the work has been supported by grants from IdeasTap and the Roundhouse.
Name: Bailey Tom Bailey
Lives in: London, England
Film (short) by Bailey Tom Bailey (Drama and Mystery) Director, Editor, Writer, Producer A mysterious condition compels a young man to run at night in a state of euphoria, creating a rift in his family.
Film (short) by Bailey Tom Bailey (Crime, Drama and Sci-Fi) Director, Editor Michael, a restless young man, ventures out into the streets, his curiosity driven by something strange that he doesn't yet understand. In the course of the night he falls in with a group of street kids and commits an act that forces him to question himself. Back at home and deep in reflection, that same strange something helps him move passed his guilt, and grow. Written by Bailey
Film (short) by Bailey Tom Bailey (Drama, Fantasy and Mystery) Director, Editor, Writer, Producer, Production designer, Sound department Roberts' silent prayer is answered, watch him disappear.
Film (short) by Bailey Tom Bailey (Drama and Sci-Fi) Director, Editor, Writer, Producer, Production designer, Sound department, Special effects, Composer Ford is caught in a process of change, as his body begins to wither, he becomes aware of a growth inside of himself from which he will bloom anew. Written by Anonymous
The Fisherman's Daughter
Film (short) by Tom P. Chick (Animation, Drama and Fantasy) Production designer 'She's out every night', the village is gossiping until Mary's parents can't take it anymore. So when her father follows and discovers where she's going, he finds her more lost to them than they could every imagine. A contemporary re-telling of a Scottish folk story made in the island community that originated the story. Written by Anonymous