Here’s news from unearthed® Food Film Shorts about an intriguing film festival and a short film competition. Read on
Two films from unearthed® Food Film Shorts supported by Foodism have just been shown at the Food Film Festival in New York, the unique international festival for independent film where the audience get to taste what they see on the screen.
Our featured filmmakers, says the press release, were William Shaw for his two-minute short, Sacred Gin, about one man with a dream to produce high-quality gin from a distillery in his own sitting room, and the 2017 winner of unearthed® Food Film Shorts Snooker Loopy by Peter Flanek and Peter Meszaros, a witty animation of vegetable snooker with leeks for cues.
Any aspect of food
unearthed® Food Film Shorts, a category of Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year, offers an exciting opportunity to professional and amateur to submit films shorts featuring absolutely any aspect of food, from production and harvest to preparation and eating.
The winner, whose film will be shown at the world-famous Mall Galleries, London, will receive a grand prize of GBP £1,000.
The category will again be judged by our remarkable and experienced judges – George Motz, Founder and Director of the Food Film Festival, NYC, Nik Powell, Director of the National Film & Television School, James Winter, Freelance TV Producer, former Executive Editor, BBC Saturday Kitchen Live and Simon Day, founder, unearthed®.
It’s time to unearth your best food film shorts, and remember the competition closes to entries on February 6 2018.
(top image: unearthed Food In Film gallery)
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