31 Days was selected for the London Short Film Festival 2017 in the experimental Celluloid Traces programme. Festival director Philip Ilson introduces the programme in the picture above. read more...
Sea Front screened in Open Air Cinema, a short film programme curated by Anna Navas to launch the Sea Swim: Head Above Water touring exhibition at Peninsula Arts Gallery, a History Centre partnership project delivered by Peninsula Arts and Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery, in conjunction with Plymouth Arts Centre; Tinside Lido, Plymouth (22 to 24 July 2016)
The Annexinema Film Programme includes our film Project at The Poly Cinema, Falmouth, Kernow on Saturday 22 May 8.30 to 11.30pm.
http://www.thefalmouthconvention.com/evening-screenings-and-special-events read more...
We picked up the Trick of the Light trophy for Sea Front at the gala opening of the East End Film Festival at the Genesis Cinema.
The judges described Sea Front as ‘a very atmospheric and nostalgic production that was beautifully produced’ and the Chair of the Judges Mark Leaver had kind words about our film after the presentation. It was good to talk to fellow Independent Film/Video nominee Joshua Gaunt who was pipped to the prize. The three films nominated from the category’s entries were all quite individual so the judging must have been hard.
It was clear that a lot of thought had gone into the judging of each category so thanks to all the people involved and to Karen and Kurston at PM-P. Jodie Burns, a student at PCoA was commissioned to make the beautiful trophies and David Fitzgerald was a great host for the evening.
Media Innovation Awards site
There’s a nice article about our win on D+CFilm here
Plymouth Media-Partnership site
On Wednesday 13 January Sea Front was screened in the London Short Film Festival where it won the Trick of the Light Award. read more...
White Body (new shorts 3: Femmes Fantastique) and Teign Spirit (new shorts 6: Leftfield and Luscious) have screened at this year’s London Short Film Festival.
Sea Front will screen at Rich Mix Shoreditch today (new shorts 9: Trick of the Light) - here’s how they describe the programme:
Short films are shown with gorgeous and sumptuous imagery in this stunning collection of rich cinematography and beautiful animation. The programme takes in drama, documentary and experimental animation, to give a varied outlook of life from surreal dream-like landscapes to a more realistic viewpoint, but with equally stunning results