Devon filmmaker Robin Whenary has picked up the Students’ Jury Prize at the Kid’s Eye Film Festival in Hungary for his film Fear, which has had screening at both Two Short Nights and the View From Here film festivals.
As April Fool’s Day limps into view, we thought it was time to remind you of the April deadlines for film festivals, a full list of which can be found over on the D+CFilm social network.
Get an international reputation -if you hurry you can get your films into Marseille, Warsaw and Budapest film festivals. But you’d be to be quick -the FIDMarseille, in er, Marseille, closes on March 20, as does the Oskariada Film festival in Warsaw, but you’ve got until March 22 to submit your film to the Crosstalk […]
Sore head today. I managed to make it into the British Council party last night. I had forgotten that they have a short film of mine that they send out to international festivals so, with a bit of smooth talking, a business card and a smile I make it in. It’s quite a large venue, […]
In the first of his series from The Berlin film festival, Devon filmmaker Max Sobol explains just what he’s doing there – other than looking for £400,000 for his feature, that is. So, it’s 2009, Obama is president, Britain has spent the last few days under a carpet of snow and we’re in the grips […]