Rushes Soho Shorts 2009

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Rushes Soho Shorts 2009 Now Officially In Progress!

The first full day of festival activities starts today with screenings for the broadcast design and newcomer catergories, apple store seminars, BBC comedy shorts and the first Soho Film Lab seminar; Get Exposed!


  Short Film    Wayfaring Stranger                                Directed by Richard West @ Sentinel Entertainment Enemy Lines                                       Directed by Michael Steel @ FNA Films What’s Virgin Mean?                               Directed by Michael Davies @ Spellbound Films Mrs Olsen                                         Directed by Sadie Frost  @ Flynn/ Blue Flower ransit                                           Directed by Chris Roche @ Pogo Films Closer                                            Directed by Jorn Threlfall … Continue reading

Yesterday’s Summary

Another hugely successful day of events with Apple Stores seminar with John Foxx proving to be a big success. John read extracts from his novel The Quiet Man, a character he’s been developing for the last 30 years, whilst a wid range of video was displayed on screen to accompany the reading. All video footage … Continue reading

2009 Festival Promo

The 2009 festival promo is now available for you to view from a range of sources which are listed below; http://www.metacafe.com/watch/2963590/soho_shorts_2009_promo/ http://rushessohoshorts.ning.com/ http://www.veoh.com/browse/videos/category/entertainment/watch/v18622659rsWHJq5K

2009 Selection

We’ve just announced our Official Selection for Rushes Soho Shorts Festival 2009. You can see the films, directors and production companys listed here: http://www.sohoshorts.com More news to follow in the next few days!

Rushes Soho Shorts Short Film Festival 2009!

We celebrate the wealth of talent working across all genres of short film including drama, documentary, animation, music video, and broadcast design including online or mobile content, title sequences, and idents.The work of newcomers and more established filmmakers is promoted by screening work at cinemas, screening rooms and cafes throughout Soho and London’s West End. … Continue reading