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(n)ametab

(n)ametab has written 43 posts for Soho Shorts

ENCOUNTERS STUDENT CAMPUS

Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival (17-22 September 2013, Bristol) is now taking bookings for its Student Campus – an exciting opportunity to attend screenings, workshops, talks with high profile industry guests and networking sessions at this year’s festival. Encounters is one of the world’s best-known showcases and meeting points for emerging talent and the … Continue reading

ENCOUNTERS & SOHO SHORTS LAUNCH NEW MUSIC VIDEO AWARD

  We are thrilled and excited to tell you that Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival has launched a new competitive festival strand for music videos presented in partnership with Soho Shorts. Encounters has always had a flexible approach to programming that responds to industry developments and the needs of different sectors. 2010 saw the introduction of … Continue reading

LONDON SHORT FILM FESTIVAL & BEYOND

London Short Film Festival has created a new series of events. The first of which is: LSSF: MEET THE FILMMAKERS – Wednesday 24th April. A chance to look at the careers of 3 filmmakers who’ve had success in the London Short Film Festival; they will talk about how the Festival impacted on their work, and what they … Continue reading

BRIGHTON – NICK ABRAHAMS NIGHT (20 APRIL)

An evening not to be missed! Nick Abrahams was recently winner of the British Council Best Short Film of the year award for his film Ekki Mukk starring Aidan Gillen (The Wire/Game of Thrones) and the voice of legendary folk singer Shirley Collins, who plays a lonely snail, which will be screening as part of … Continue reading

SHOOTING PEOPLE PARTNERSHIP WITH CHANNEL 4

Shooting People have announced a brand new partnership for 2013, with Channel 4’s £2m Alpha Fund. Shooting People and Channel 4 will be on a mission together to meet the best new and emerging independent film creatives from across the land, at their established Shooters in the Pub networking events. At a packed event at … Continue reading

CURTAIN DOWN ON THE RUSHES SOHO SHORTS FESTIVAL

RUSHES BRINGS THE CURTAIN DOWN ON THE RUSHES SOHO SHORTS FESTIVAL. LONDON:  December 2012 The 14 year old festival, created by Joce Capper and her team at Rushes will go into retirement as Rushes focuses on continuing to grow its business within the VFX and post sectors. “We loved the Festival and has been an integral part … Continue reading

6th RUSSIAN FILM FESTIVAL STARTS 2 NOV (TODAY!)

The Russian Film Festival is returning to London on the 2nd November for its 6th year! The festival will present the UK premieres of the most illustrious Russian films of the past year – works by established film directors as well the new generation of Russian filmmakers. From poetic parables to poignant documentaries and perceptive … Continue reading

LONDON KOREAN FILM FESTIVAL 2012

The 7th annual London Korean Film Festival (LKFF) returns 1 – 16 November 2012 showcasing the very best Korean films, UK premieres, a number of great animated features, two short film programmes and many other events. The festival takes place in London at the Odeon West End and ICA cinemas, and is on tour nationally (from 11 … Continue reading

DYSPLA FESTIVAL: CELEBRATING DYSLEXIC STORYMAKERS. STARTS 8 NOVEMBER

DYS(the)LEXI PRESENTS DYSPLA FESTIVAL DYSLEXIC STORYMAKERS Tristan Bates Theatre: 6th November – 10th November 2012 http://www.dysthelexi.com  Dyslexics have been writing for the festival since 2007 and in that time DYS(the)LEXI has hosted many a premiere for dyslexic writers who had previously never left the closet.  Five years on and dyslexic writers are growing in numbers; … Continue reading

FAGIN’S LAST HOUR

Some of you will have seen the  entertaining but unsettling music video DISAPPOINT YOU (Jargon V.A. ft Tinie Tempah) directed by Ian Pons Jewell and starring the talented James Hyland. If not check it out here: James Hyland, as well as being an actor is also a writer/ producer and currently starring in a theatrical … Continue reading

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