Thursday 10th November 2016
Friday 11th November 2016
- BAFTA Award winning Editor, Mick Audsley
- Friday Night’s Alright for Shorts
- Close Encounters of the Networking Kind
Saturday 12th November 2016
- The Saturday Morning Session: Short Shorts
- Getting It Made - Panel Discussion
- The Student Selection
- FEATURE: My Feral Heart, Regional Premiere
- The Pic ‘n’ Mix Saturday Special
- The Social Network
Sunday 13th November 2016
- Sunday Morning Docs
- The Sunday Shorts Sessions
- FEATURE: Light Years, Regional Premiere
- BAFTA Shorts Tour 2016
Thursday 10th November 2016: Kinky Boots Gala Screening + Q&AKinky Boots Gala Screening Plus Q&A with Director Julian Jarrold 19:00 - 22:00 Tickets: INVITE ONLY Certificate: 12 Venue: St Mary's Works, Norwich We are thrilled to be teaming up with the fabulous team at St Mary’s Work’s to be screening a classic British Feature Film. Kinky Boots tells the story of a man who inherits a struggling shoe factory, but salvation arrives when a Soho cabaret singer comes up with a plan for the business to manufacture specialist footwear for drag artists. However, the stunned workforce has to be won over, and the new designs must prove their worth at a high-profile fashion show. Comedy drama, starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Joel Edgerton, Nick Frost and Linda Bassett. Director, Julian Jarrold will be joining us for a Q&A (Subject to work commitments). We are thrilled to announce that Lacons will be providing some of their award-winning ales for guests to experience on the night.
Friday 11th November 2016:
The Final Cut: with BAFTA Award-winning Editor, Mick Audsley15:00 - 16:00, UEA, Thomas Paine Lecture Theatre, Norwich Cost: FREE SOLD OUT! Norwich Film Festival are delighted to welcome the incredibly talented Mick Audsley, whose credits include Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Twelve Monkey’s, Everest, and Interview with a Vampire. Mick has taken time out from editing his latest project (Allied starring Brad Pitt and Directed by Robert Zemeckis) to talk about his career as an editor and working in the film business. This is a must for filmmakers, film lovers and those who just want to learn a little bit more about the world of film.
Mick is also involved with Sprocket Rocket Soho, this is a fantastic networking organization for people who work in the film and television business. For more information about this vital orginsation, visit their website.