2010, 14 minutes
Amy is a smart but lonely teenage girl, and she's about to have a night to remember.
This is the story of Amy, a smart but lonely sixteen-year-old. Bullied at school by a girl gang led by the vicious Faye, Amy finds little solace at home where she's required to look after her two-year-old sister, Carla, due to the neglect of their mother, Dawn, and the presence of Dawn's alcoholic and creepy boyfriend, Gary. One day Amy is invited out by her one and only friend, Claire, who is going to a club with Faye and her gang. This night will prove monumental. Hope, disappointment, twists and turns - by the following morning everything will have changed in the life of young Amy. "The Games We Play", by Chris Taylor from Yorkshire, is a thought provoking story about a smart teenage girl who deals with bullying in a very original way. The film premiered during the 2010 festival and will be used to promote the film festival both nationally and internationally.