Two shorts screening at London Short Film Festival 2013
Two shorts from the Collective are screening at the wonderful London Short Film Festival.
Kristofs’ PARALLEL LIVES screens this Saturday as part of the “Window on the World” slot, Jan 12th 16.15 in Cine Lumiere.
Srdan Keca’s THE FIRST STEP screens as part of “London Lives”, on Thurs Jan 10, 19:00, Museum of London Docklands.
That short will be also screened again on Jan 12 at Rich Mix London with a live score performed thanks to Whirlygig Cinema.
dir. Isis Thompson
prod. Acme Films for Channel Four / Day in a Life
How can first love survive the test of time ?
dir. Ling Lee; prod. Bethnal Films
To be a journalist in China you sometimes need to use a few subtle tricks to get your stories to print. Sun Hua, an award-winning investigative journalist for the Jinan Times, knows just what he can and cannot get away with and how best to persuade his bosses to allow him to continue his work.
Commissioned by Al Jazeera English – Witness Strand
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dir. Juliet Brown
prod. Speakit Films
exec. prod. Nick Francis & André Singer
Supported by: The Bertha NFTS Docs for Change Award
A portrait of an island community coming to terms with the worst environmental disaster in American history.
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We had quite a few things to celebrate this and last year: we had two films at IDFA, a whole bunch of awards, a crowd funded and completed feature documentary, an Al Jazeera commission, Isis’s film released as an extra on the Black Power Mix tape DVD, and two new feature documentaries in the making, one in Louisiana and one in DR Congo. And much more to come.