Next month, the entire Scottish Shorts slate will play at the London Short Film Festival. Each film is showing in various New Shorts programmes.

On Saturday 10th January, screenings include Cara Connolly & Martin Clark’s Exchange and Mart in Teenage Girls Go Crazy!, Ainslie Henderson & Will Anderson’s Monkey Love Experiments in Animation Selection and Rory Alexander Stewart’s Wyld in Femme Fantastiques.

The following day, Martin Smith’s Seagulls plays in Boyhood. Also playing on Sunday 10th January, is Ruth Paxton’s Pulse in Leftfield & Luscious. Pulse was produced in association with DigiCult’s sister company Edge City Films.

Last but not least, Ian Waugh’s As He Lay Falling screens in Refugee, Asylum & Global Movement on Wednesday 14th January.

The 12th London Short Film Festival runs 9–18th January 2015. Monkey Love Experiments and Pulse will screen at the ICA, and the rest of the Scottish Shorts will play at Hackney Picturehouse. Tickets can be booked through the LSFF website.

Congratulations to all the filmmakers involved!

 

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Ian Waugh’s As He Lay Falling won the Directors Jury Award “We, the filmmakers” at the International Short Film Festival ‘City of Soria’.

The 16th International Short Film Festival ‘City of Soria’ (Certamen Internacional de Cortos Ciudad de Soria) ran from 16th – 30th November in Soria, Spain. The film played in Session 1 of the ‘Short A Contest’ on Sunday 23rd November. The jury comprised of all the Directors in Soria’s Official Competition.

Congratulations to Ian Waugh, Richard Warden, Jim Webster and the rest of the crew involved.

 

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Cara Connolly & Martin Clark’s Exchange and Mart won the British Short Film Competition award at Leeds International Film Festival.

The jury stated that it was ‘A beautifully executed coming of age film.’

The film was nominated alongside Martin Smith’s Seagulls. Both films played at Hyde Park Picture House on Saturday 15th November.

Running from 5th to 20th November, the 28th Leeds International Film Festival was the largest film festival in England outside London, and an Academy Award Qualifying Festival through its short film awards.

Congratulations to Cara Connolly, Martin Clark, Phoebe Grigor, Maeve McMahon and the rest of the crew involved.

 

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DigiCult is proud to announce the launch of the Scottish Film Talent Network website, and its call for entries to the Scottish Shorts 2015 Programme.

SFTN Talent Development Executive Claudia Yusef is hosting information sessions across Scotland to discuss Scottish Shorts 2015 and the range of other development and funding opportunities available in the new year.

Claudia will be able to give an overview of all SFTN activity available to new and emerging filmmaking talent in Scotland, as well as answer questions from prospective applicants.

Dates for each session below –

Belmont Filmhouse, Aberdeen – Wednesday 03 December

Eden Court, Inverness – Thursday 04 December

Filmhouse, Edinburgh – Saturday 06 December

DCA, Dundee – Monday 08 December

GMAC, Glasgow – Tuesday 09 December

Sessions are free to attend but we do request that you book your place beforehand via Eventbrite. If you have any questions, please email info@scottishfilmtalent.com.

The Scottish Film Talent Network consortium has been awarded the contract by Creative Scotland to deliver the Scottish element of the BFI Net.Work.

The SFTN consortium comprises the Centre for the Moving Image (CMI), DigiCult and Hopscotch Films.

 

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