Norwich Film Festival is a brilliant hub for Filmmakers and Film lovers to attend and is quickly becoming a must-attend festival in the festival calendar.
We are thrilled this year, to be hosting several key industry style events which provides a chance to hear from leading film professionals, discover emerging talent and build collaborations with other Filmmakers.
More information about this year's events can be found here.
This year's industry events include:
Date: Monday 13th November at 7:15pm.
INDUSTRY PASS: Friday 17th November
We are also offering an Industry Day Pass for the 17th November for £15 (Plus Booking Fee) or £11 for students.
This pass will include access to:
Date: Friday 17th November at 11am.
Double BAFTA Award winning Sound Editor Eddy Joseph will discuss the importance of sound in film. With a host of film credits to his name including: Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, Evita, The Commitments, Batman & Pink Floyd – The Wall and so many more..... Tickets £5/£3 (Plus Booking Fee)
Date: Friday 17th November at 1:15pm.
Our guests include: BAFTA winning screenwriter Tony Grisoni (Fear and Lothing in Las Vegas, Tideland, How I live Now, Southcliffe), BAFTA nominated Andrea Gibb (Swallows and Amazons, Dear Frankie), Paul Fraser (Once Upon A Time In The Midlands, Dead Man’s Shoes) and William Osborne (Twins, What Rat’s Won’t Do & Scorpion King). Tickets £5/£3 (Plus Booking Fee)
Date: Friday 17th November at 3:oopm
Our guests will include Jane Gull (Sunny Boy, My Feral Heart), BIFA award winner Rachel Tunnard (Emotional Fusebox, Adult Life Skills), BAFTA & BIFA nominated Peter Middleton (Notes on Blindness) and Jo Coates (Hide and Seek) who will be discussing how they made their first films, how they raised finance for their work, moving to feature films, and much more. Tickets £5/£3 (Plus Booking Fee)
Date: Friday 17th November at 5:oopm
Made a short? Thinking how can I get my short film seen? Well come and join us for this interesting talk by Catherine Lyn Scott who will explain what a strong publicity campaign can do for your short film and why you need a good PR-agent. And she is a reliable source: her company London Flair PR was the force behind 2 Oscar-winning and 3 Oscar-nominated short films in the last 3 years.Tickets £5/£3 (Plus Booking Fee)
Date: Friday 17th November at 9:30pm Onwards
Date: Saturday 18th November at 9:30pm Onwards