"I'm Not Dead Yet" is a film about the inheritance of a Gothic home, and a family's unspoken past. The film chronicles a bitter tug of war between estranged twin sisters for the affections of their elderly mother Ruth and the inheritance of the family estate, a Gothic mansion in the north of England. As tensions boil over a hidden past is exposed that had been hidden for 40 years. The film is a feature length documentary commissioned by BBC Storyville, Directed by Elizabeth Stopford. It won her the Grierson Newcomer's Award.