Mumatar is now available on Vimeo On Demand, so you can hang out with a superhero at home!
Sandra – a middle-aged school cleaner and single mum – struggles to adjust when her only child leaves home and reinvents herself as a superhero to take on the local bullies.
Mumatar was partly funded by a successful Indiegogo campaign. Thank you to all the cast and crew and our list of Heroes who backed Mumatar and helped get this film made!
"This is definitely BBC1 style quality." Spencer Hawken, the Romford Film Festival.
"It puts you in mind of the hour-long David 'Walliamsesque' specials that you'd see on Boxing Day." Tom Goldsmith, Music from Movies host, Time 107.5
Mumatar's cinema journey
Mumatar had a great time "cleaning up the streets" at film festivals. Here's where we've been:
London Independent Film Festival 2018
Romford Film Festival 2018 (Winner of the Best Havering Film Award)
S.O.U.L Celebrate: Connect 2018
British Urban Film Festival 2018
St. Albans Film Festival 2018 (Nominated for Best Short Film, Best Actor Nomination for Cecilia Noble)
Charlton & Woolwich Free Film Festival 2018
Brest European Short Film Festival 2018
Aesthetica Short Film Festival 2018
Women of the Lens 2018
London Short Film Festival 2019
Tally Shorts Film Festival 2019
NewFilmmakers Los Angeles 2019 (Nominated for Best Short International Film Comedy)
Rob Knox Film Festival 2019 (Winner of Best Comedy Film Award, Winner of Best Comedy Actress Award for Cecilia Noble)
LOCO Film Festival 2019
Nightpiece Film Festival 2019
Southampton International Film Festival 2019 (Winner of Best Costume Design Award, Nominated for Best Score in a Short, Nominated for Best Comedy)
Tweetfest (F-Rated) 2019
Indie Film Fete 2.0 2020 (Winner of the Audience Choice Award)
Mumatar also played at the Undiscovered Works and Artists and Beers film series in NYC