7.30pm, Monday 18th December
God's House Tower, Winkle Street, Southampton, SO14 2NY
Formidable - the one with the phones by Livvy Savage & Phoebe Gibson
A Name That I Admire
directed by Sam Smartt
Bearded Thomas 2
directed by Rachel Stephens
directed by Stephen Graves
Festive Films is our way of celebrating the end of another year in the best way we know how - watching films! Presented as part of City Eye Cinema, our programme of informal screenings often hosted in a bar or cafe, Festive Films is another great opportunity for filmmakers and film goers to get together. City Eye Cinema is often used as a chance for filmmakers to get feedback on their work in a friendly and supportive atmosphere.
If you are a filmmaker and have a short film you would like to be considered for screening at this event, please fill in the submission form below.
Any genre, style or length accepted.
At Festive Films, you can be assured of good cheer, food, drink & of course plenty of short films.
Festive Films presents a programme of films including the 'best of the fest' from the recent Southampton Film Week and the annual College Filmmaking Challenge. The programme also includes short films from local filmmakers.
For more information and to book your free tickets go to www.city-eye.co.uk/festive-films
Submission deadline 26th January 2018.
So:Write is looking for submissions from poets and filmmakers as part of Light Up Poole, a unique digital Light Art Festival aiming to transform Poole’s town centre after dark from 15-17 February 2018.
Focussing on a theme of ‘Identity’, festival organisers are looking for films, up to a maximum of three minutes, that address the topic and consider how identity is reflected in contemporary society. What does it mean to be an individual, a member of a family, a worker in the city, in a rural setting, a person living in Britain today?
For the purpose of this submission request, a poetry film is defined as a fusion of spoken/written word with visual images where the combination of media provide a richer experience than either the spoken/written word or visual images could do on their own. In this instance, a poetry film isn’t simply a video recording of a poet reading a poem. The poetry film can also include music.
For more information about submitting a film, prizes and judges visit www.so-write.org/filmpoemcompetitionwww.so-write.org/filmpoemcompetition/
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