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2014 Official Selection

Mar 10, 2014   //   by producer   //   Blog, NFF2014, Official Selection  //  Comments Off on 2014 Official Selection

The Official Selection of short films to be screened at the 4th Norwich Film Festival has been decided. The selected films will be screened at ODEON Norwich, on May 6th, 12th & 13th 2014. The schedule of screenings will be announced shortly, but in the meantime, tickets are available now for these films, plus our evening of BAFTA shorts.

We would once again like to thank every single filmmaker who submitted their work this year. With over 300 films sent in, from 34 countries across the globe, they made it really hard to narrow down the selection to just these short films. We are sorry we couldn’t include more, but we have added an extra screening night compare to last year, and next year our festival will be bigger than ever, allowing us t0 offer more opportunities for more screenings.

Download the NFF 2014 Official Selection.

The Official Selection

We are extremely honoured to have been sent such an incredible and diverse selection of films, and would like to thank everyone for their efforts – we only wish we could have selected more.

In alphabetical order, the films selected are [ Title – Director (length, country of origin) ]:

1 Out Of 9  – Marcus Carús and Kike Andrés (1m, Spain)

Angels And Ghosts – Sara Kenney (15m, UK)

Best Of Britain – David Anderson (15m, UK)

Box Of Things – Daniel Williams (8m, UK)

A Day In The Life Of A Bathroom Mirror – Phil Hawkins (8m, UK)

Delivered – Ryan Dean (5m, UK)

Earthshine – Manu Prasad Gopinath (4m, Canada)

Ed – Gabriel Garcia (14m, Brazil)

Fire Horse – Matt Bell (17m, UK)

Fun City – Justin Olstein (12m, Australia)

Grace – Faye Viviana & Haley Sims (9m, USA)

The Gravedigger’s Tale – Min Young Oh (14m, UK)

Haunted By The Present, She Looks To The Past – Emmaalouise Smith (5m, UK)

Hello Sunshine – Dan Nathan (18m, UK)

The Houdini Girl – Kfir Yefet (11m, UK)

The Hummingbird – Rafa Pavón (16m, Spain)

Hunting For Hockney – Alice Dunseath (4m, UK)

Jasmine’s Revolution – Sam Johnson (9, UK)

The Last Piper – Iain Forbes (20m, Norway)

Laundry – Anton Short (3m, UK)

Liars – Oscar Nobi (7m, UK)

Lines In The Sand – Michael Gilroy (17m, UK)

Monkey Rag – Joanna Davidovich (4m, USA)

Monotony – Joanne Postlewaite (3m, UK)

Night Lights – Marina & Tatiana Moshkova (1m, Russia)

Nuclear Mysticism – Guy Phenix (1m, UK)

Pages Of Rage – Alexander Hinojosa & Sandra Ekman (1m, USA)

The Painter – Nate Townsend (10m, USA)

Paperwork – Adam Anderson (1m, Sweden)

Rail – Jack Tilley (11m, UK)

Reboot – Liam Johnson (15m UK)

Silent Treatment – Mark Lobatto (10m, UK)

A Strange Kind Of Love – Péter Varsics (14m, Hungary)

This Is Shanghai – Rob Whitworth (3m, Singapore)

Ultramarine – Matthew Earl (11m, Australia)

The Undream – Alexander Thomas (18m, UK)

Une Aventure d’Escargots – Clara Pougeard (4m, France)

Une Balade á la Mer – Damien Stein (4m, France)

Vengeance – Conrad Mess (1m, Spain)

Wake – Nick Fogg (1m, UK)

Woodwoo – Jonny Phillips (12m, UK)

Short Screenplays

A Day In The Life Of A Bathroom Mirror – Dominic Rose (UK)

The Arrival Of Ellen – Philip T Brewster (UK)

Edit Facility – Philip T Brewster (UK)

I Think I’m In Heaven – Philip T Brewster (UK)

Roxanne – Paul Frankl (UK)

Over the next few weeks we will be looking at each film in closer detail, highlighting information about the filmmakers and their stories. Once again, we’d like to wish a big congratulations to all the filmmakers listed above, and send out a thank you to everyone that submitted their work this year.

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