Always in the Present

Shot over the course of three months, in just nine days of principal photography, and for a budget of £45,000, Always in the Present is the debut movie from writer-director Oliver Guy Watkins.

The movie tells the story of six acquaintances, whose lives have been shaken by the disappearance of their mutual friend, Cass. Six months later, they come together to mark what would have been his 35th birthday, and in doing so, rekindle old animosities, and reveal uncomfortable truths.