Relative Films Ltd is the Scottish based production company of Duncan Cowles, a BAFTA Scotland award winning documentary filmmaker, whose works include: The Lady with the Lamp (2012), Radio Silence (2013), Directed by Tweedie (2014), Isabella (2015), Alexithymia (2017), Taking Stock (2017) & Just Agree Then (2018).
The company was registered at the start of 2017 to facilitate the development and production of Duncan's first feature documentary Silent Men, currently supported by Creative Scotland, BFI & Whicker's World Foundation.
Winner – BAFTA Scotland Award, Best Short Film 2016
Winner – Royal Television Society Scotland Award 2018
Winner – 2016 Scottish Short Film Award – Glasgow Short FF
Winner – 2015 Scottish Short Film Award – Glasgow Short FF
Winner – BFI Best UK Short Film & RAW Award 2016
Winner – Audience Award NoBudget Competition, Hamburg International Short Film Festival 2016
Winner – Vienna Shorts Two Month Artist Residency 2017 with Q21 & MuseumsQuartier
Winner – Best UK Short, Open City Documentary Festival 2017
Winner – Audience Award, Kyiv International Short Film Festival 2018
Winner - Audience Award, Szczecin European Film Festival 2018
Winner – Frēsh18 Carbon Award
Nominated – IPSE Freelance Project of the Year 2019
Nominated – BAFTA Scotland New Talent 2014: Best Factual
Nominated – London Critics Circle Award – Best British Short Film 2017
Nominated – London Critics Circle Award – Best British Short Film 2016
Nominated – Royal Television Society Scotland Student Best Factual 2013
Nominated – Edinburgh College of Art Degree Show Audience Award 2013
Nominated – Channel 4 Award for Innovation in Storytelling
Nominated – Best UK Short, Open City Documentary Festival 2016
Nominated – Best Documentary, LSFF 2016
Nominated – Creative Edinburgh Award 2017
Visit Duncan's website (www.duncancowles.com) for full body of work and portfolio including all personal films, commissions, commercials, corporate videos and other work.
Relative Films Ltd registered in Scotland SC543524.