Theatre, Film and TV  |  Sep 30, 2019

Freddy Syborn's Capital wins Dinard Award

Written and directed by Freddy Syborn, Capital wins the Short film audience Hitchcock award at Dinard Film Festival.

Freddy's 15-minute short is set in the aftermath of a catastrophic referendum which votes to bring back capital punishment by 50.9%. The story follows a group of inept civil servants on their first day at the 'Department of Capital Punishment'. 

Based on Freddy's co-created critically acclaimed podcast Capital is a semi-improvised satirical comedy. 

Produced by Cuba Pictures and BBC Worldwide.