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This formally innovative film, which utilises both digital and analogue formats, was nominated for Best Feature Film at Edinburgh International Film Festival. Co-written by London-born Angeli MacFarlane and featuring standout performances from Brits Stefanie Martini and Emma Appleton, the drama is refreshing, imaginative and bold. Co-produced by the UK’s Head Gear Films and Aberdeen-based Metrol Technology.





In 1941, two orphaned sisters, Thomasina (Emma Appleton) and Martha (Stefanie Martini), build a time machine called LOLA that has the power to intercept radio and TV broadcasts from the future. As well as being able to listen to iconic music before it’s been made, they choose to intercept information from the future that could help with military intelligence in World War Two, with initial success that unfortunately cannot come to fruition without consequences.