A satirical look at the negative effects of social media on young people by London-based directors Will & Carly (previously featured here). The disturbing trend to go under the knife to make flawless filtered selfies a reality has actually been labelled as a new mental illness called “Snapchat Dysmorphia.” FILTERFACE: Double Tap To Like was shot in an ex-mental health institute in North London and explores themes of self-obsession and addiction to perfection through a choreographed performance by Isabella Mahmoud and assistant choreographer Ellie Gordon. As Will & Carly state: “We really wanted to ring an alarm bell with this film and draw attention to the bizarre cultural obsession with AR filters that is hurting our women and girls in more ways than one.”


Isabella Mahmoud
Ellie Gordon
Georgie Cooper
Laura Hague
Sophie Williams

Directors: Will & Carly
Choreographer: Isabella Mahmoud
Assistant Choreographer: Ellie Gordon
Executive Producer: Ramy Dance & Tony Roberts
Producer: Jonny Duncan
Cinematographer: David Wright
Prosthetics: Natasha Lawes
Stylist: Alex Vilcov
Editor: Meg Thorne at Cut & Run
Producer: Maggie McDermott
Colour Grade: Jonny Tully at Big Buoy
Flame Artist: Richard Russell at Big Buoy
Post Producer: Hannah Whitehill
Sound Mix: Adam Smyth at String and Tins
Music by Forest Swords
Steadicam: Gary Kent
Focus Puller: Benjamin Smith
Gaffer: Nathan Matthews
Designer: Matthew Thomas
Production Assistant: Grace Mbugua
Runners: Jessica Cottam & Cameron Randall

Special Thanks
Common People Films
Cut and Run
Big Buoy
String and Tins
Forest Swords
Ninja Tunes
The Film Office


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