The Norwich Film Festival are delighted to showcase all our events on our programme page. But if you want a […]
In times like these, films can be a fantastic way to escape the seemingly-constant churn of bad news for ninety […]
To celebrate International Women’s Day, NFF volunteer Rhiannon Talbot-Arnold takes a look at the fruitful message underneath the skin of Sean Baker’s 2015 film Tangerine and explains why it’s more relevant than ever, even five years since the film’s release.
Lisa Cortés is an Academy Award®–nominated producer and director whose credits include Precious and The Apollo. Her career has been […]
Antonio is an award winning actor, best known for his leading film role in the British comedy Eaten by Lions […]
Back in 2017, our Official Selection included a little film called Infinite. Ahead of the film being adapted into a feature-length version, we caught up with the film’s director Connor O’Hara to talk about Infinite in more detail…
Two Time BAFTA Nominated Actor David Morrissey joins NFF2019 for an in conversation about his incredible work in Film/TV. David’s credits include The Walking Dead, State of Play, Red Riding, Nowhere Boy, The Other Bolyen Girl and so many more.
Irish actor and comedian Michael Smiley (Luther, Free Fire, Jawbone, Kill List) will be joining this year’s Norwich Film Festival for an in conversation about his wonderful career to date in the world of Film/TV.
Cordelia Hebblethwaite (Commissioning Editor for BBC Ideas) & Catherine Bray (Commissioning Editor for Channel 4’S Random Acts) join us for a short screening of BBC Ideas and Random Acts shorts, followed by a talk covering opportunities for new and emerging filmmakers looking to access schemes like this.
Internationally renowned BAFTA Winning & Oscar Nominated producer Stephen Woolley (Carol, Colette, Their Finest, Interview with the Vampire and The Crying Game) joins us for a talk about his career in film, how he become a producer and how he picks his projects.
We are delighted to be joined by Julian Foddy who is a VFX Supervisor with Industrial Light and Magic and has worked on films such as Rogue One, Solo: A Star Wars Story, Spiderman: Far From Home and so many more. Come and hear more about how VFX makes the impossible possible.
Film festivals are often the first opportunities for your early films to find their audience, their champions and potentially distribution. Learn how to optimise your festival game with Katie McCullough and Ian Bignell of Festival Formula