Festivals

NAHEMI Screening at Encounters Film Festival

NAHEMI SCREENING at ENCOUNTERS FILM FESTIVAL by Freya Billington

AWARD WINNERS
A hugely successful sold-out screening at Encounters Film Festival was followed up by some words of wisdom from BAFTA-Award winning filmmaker Esther May Campbell, who then presented the following Awards.

  • CREATIVITY FILMMAKING AWARD 
    Director Zuzanna Kopacka for Documentary PIOTR (UWE_FILM)
  • PRODUCTION AWARD
    Director Alex Tyler for Drama ZAIRE (London Film School)
    (Award collected by Producer Erin Phillips )

Fantastic to showcase such a high standard of work, and to see so many of the filmmakers at the event!

 

Encounters Film Festival Tickets AVAILABLE NOW!

NAHEMI Screening & Awards Ceremony at ENCOUNTERS Film Festival will take place on:
Wed 20 September
19:00
WATERSHED: CINEMA 3

Click the link to book your tickets!

http://encounters-festival.org.uk/events/nahemi-screening-15/

NAHEMI at Encounters and ASFF 2017: Submission Details

Following the successful screenings of recent years, NAHEMI will be presenting a 90 minute programme of students work at this year’s Encounters and Aesthetica festivals.

To submit films for this, please read the following instructions carefully :

Each institution can submit a TOTAL of 20 minutes worth of films, with a MAXIMUM of THREE films submitted from any one institution.

1) Please email Alistair.Oldham@uwe.ac.uk with the following details :

Name of institution / film titles with running times / contact details of lecturers & student filmmakers / one line synopsis.

2) Please login and set up an account on Filmfreeway to upload films (these need to be of screening quality) and appropriate submission details, including jpeg / one line synopsis / name of institution / director and crew / student contact details.

3) Once you have done this, then go to the following private link on Filmfreeway to submit to the NAHEMI account (cut and paste into browser).

https://filmfreeway.com/festival/NAHEMI-THEBESTUKSTUDENTFILMMAKING

It’s really important that these instructions are followed carefully and if details are missing the film will probably be disqualified as we will not be chasing details over the summer.

The deadline for applications is Monday July 3rd and selection will take place at the London Film Academy on Saturday July 8th.