Brexit was, and still is, a very emotive subject and alongside 1000 Londoners (a Chocolate Films project), I was pleased to be invited to help document the opinions of so many, alongside representing the film makers in panel discussions. A roaring success with every show selling out, the "Goodbye Europe" season screened at The National Portrait Gallery, Museum of London, Ritzy Cinema, Curzon Soho and The Hackney Picturehouse.

Find out more about the project below.

‘Goodbye Europe’ is an anthology of new short films about the London lives of people from each of the 28 nations in the EU. It will show parts of the city that you may have never seen – profiling the rich and poor, the young and old, the integrated and the outsiders, from the West End all the way to the ends of the Tube lines. This will be a documentary experience like no other – a journey through the lives of European London, shot in the final months of the UK’s time in the EU.

Included in these 28 micro-documentaries are the stories of: a German man and woman who came to the UK on the Kindertransport in the World War II era and met and married in later life; a Czech man who by chance discovered he was fluent in Russian at the age of 12, and a Dutch stay-at-home dad who offered his spare room to a Syrian refugee.

‘Goodbye Europe’ will take you inside a cage fight, an evangelical church and a rehearsal room at the Royal Ballet. They will show you the perspectives of a Bulgarian abseiler, a Swedish economist, a Spanish Big Issue vendor, a Finnish hairdresser and many, many more.