Luke Plaister, a recent graduate from the BA Film and Video course at LCC has been awarded ‘best imaginative response to the subject of war 2008’ by the Imperial War Museum, London, for a film he produced called Endstation Heimat.

The short film is set against the background of WWII Germany and follows the relationship between a young boy and his mother.  The film follows the inevitable daily battle between a mother trying to run her home and a son whose only interest is running his railway.
Endstation Heimat has also been screened at Filmstock Festival, the British Film Institute and the Institute of Contemporary Art.

Read more: Graduate film at the Imperial War Museum