It got me in November (currently in post-production)

Emma is convinced a mysterious parasite is taking over her body and mind. Her sister comes to visit with the hope of helping Emma out of her depressive episode.

















Role: Writer / Director
Producers: Margot Douglas and Thea Burrows
Executive producer: Keith Farrell
Funded by: Touchstone

Currently in post-production. Due for completion in 2022.



We've created invisible systems and structures (2021) includes the thoughts, words and visual ideas of over 30 Autistic and neurodivergent women, non-binary and trans people. In conversation with the filmmaker Sophie Broadgate, the people involved discuss the world around us, their loves, senses, big questions, research and all our theories.



The piece is commissioned by Every Brain Manchester.
https://www.everybrain.co.uk/



The film was part of Every Brain's launch. The film was shown at Contact theatre in Manchester alongside TomYumSim and Dede in a live streamed event celebrating neurodiverse creativity.


Do you understand what is in your blood (2020) is a film created by Eliyana Evans, Sophie Broadgate and Yandass Ndlovu.

The film was commissioned by Girl Gang Manchester and featured in their exhibtion ‘Everything I Know, I Felt’, an exhibition embracing big feelings at The Lowry (Manchester).

Review and essay written by Holly Ann Golighty:
This exhibition explores the diverse emotional experiences of womxn. One of the artists, Eliyana Evans, has created a collaboration with film maker Sophie Broadgate, and dancer and choreographer Yandass Ndlovu. The piece is called ‘Do You Understand What Is In Your Blood'.

Through dance, music and poetry, the viewer is invited to consider how hormones affect all of us. It is phenomenal that such simple chemical reactions in our bodies can have such a wide ranging impact on us both psychologically and societally. This film installation explores the effect oestrogen has on the body, and the emotional experience of transitioning.

An interview with Sophie and Eliyana.
The Water Tower (2018)

Audrey is searching, searching for treasure, for herself and for answers. Her search leads her to a lone metal tower.

Role: Writer / Director
Produced by: John Ammirati (Permission Pictures)




Graphic Design by Joanna Roy


A person can become lost and buried by ambition with no clear output in sight. Under the surface lies a battle ground between negative behaviour and the will for wellness. Get on the Moving Circuit is a personal account of re-connection and realisation, questioning identity and sense of place.

Role : Filmmaker