Director | Producer
In this queer short, when the rules of an open relationship allow only casual sex, two new lovers must navigate their immediate chemical connection over a magical afternoon of root beer floats and living room kisses.
12 minutes. ALEXA Mini.
Puck was filmed in July 2022 and completed in autumn 2022. It is currently being submitted to festivals but will be making its world premiere at BIFA Qualifying Manchester Film Festival on March 19th, 2023.
Writer | Director | Producer
In this erotic thriller, when a controlling financier returns home to find a presumed sex worker waiting for him, their opposite agendas unravel at the hands of whiskey, rope and Vivaldi.
12 minutes. 16mm.
After a successful fundraising campaign with Seed & Spark, Collector's Item was filmed in March 2021 and completed in August 2021. It played at seven international film festivals, including the BIFA Qualifying Manchester Film Festival, and had an online streaming premiere with Paus TV.
Learn more @collectors.item.film
Buffalo & Wolfy
Writer | Director | Co-Producer
In this campy dramedy, two queer cavewomen hash out their miscommunicated attempt at polyamory and accidentally start the first fire.
7 minutes, Blackmagic.
Buffalo & Wolfy was shot in June 2021 and completed in October 2021. It premiered at LGBTQ Unbordered International Film Festival where it won the award for Best Original Concept, and went on to play at Arkansas Cinema Society's Filmland, Revry's Queer X Film Festival, Oaxaca Film Festival and Madness Film Festival.
Writer | Actor
In this fringe mixed medium play, three university flatmates in Liverpool struggle to navigate their sexual orientations, unhealthy relationship dynamics and evolving senses of self.
45 minutes. Scenes, monologues, spoken word.
Twats premiered at Liverpool's Unity Theatre in May 2019.
"The show explores various big issues that women struggle with in the world we live in and it does so brilliantly. Ozer's writing is natural and realistic...this is a fantastic original piece of theatre..."
-Jacob Bush, North West End
"One of the most difficult things in a short play is to take your audience through a full cycle of emotions but Twats achieves just that. The three characters feel entirely genuine and there is a real sense of the rest of their lives which do not form part of this story. "
-Donna M Day
"The play cleverly combines political comedy with anecdotes of sexuality which make the audience laugh out loud for much of the play."
-Donna M Day