Borrowed Time
Jules Bishop, UK, 2012.
Directed by: Jules Bishop
Script: Jules Bishop
Producer: Olivier Kaempfer
Production company: Parkville Pictures, Film London, BBC Films
Cinematography: David Rom
Editing: Fiona DeSouza
Music: Christopher Barnett
Cast: Philip Davis, Theo Barklem-Biggs, Juliet Oldfield, Warren Brown
Format: video
Running time: 87

Borrowed TIme tells the story of two totally contrasting figures who come together in the most hostile of circumstances, only to form an unlikely bond that will help them both find a way out of their respective troubles. It is a bittersweet comedy about growing up and rediscovering youth in parallel, united by the subconscious desire to seek out the missing elements in their lives.

Directors Biography
Having studied fine art at the Bournemouth Arts institute, Jules Bishop continued to the London Film School, thanks to the Charles Cooper Scholarship, where he wrote and directed five short films. Since graduating he has been working on a varied slate of original feature scripts, alongside painted illustrations, animations and photographs. Since 2008, Jules has been working with producer Olivier Kaempfer and Parkville Pictures developing a number of projects, Borrowed Time being the first of these to go into production.