We are pleased to announce our 2017 Award Sponsors:
Sponsoring our 2017 Documentary Category
After month's of judging some of the best short films from local, national and international filmmakers we are absolutely delighted to share our 2017 Officially Selected Films. Congratulations to all the filmmaker's selected this year.
Director: Mat Johns, UK, 10 mins, #Short
Unexpectedly reunited with his daughter amongst the ruins of the world as they knew it, a father is determined to make this day special, even if they are already dead.
Director: Anushka Naanayakkara, UK, 7 mins, #Student #Animation
A powerful tale about love faced with darkness.
Norwich Film Festival recently caught up with ambitious student Luke Penning, who runs East Anglian based production company Village Green Pictures, to find out how he started the company and the challenges he’s faced over the last 2 years.
NFF – Who are Village Green Pictures?
Luke – We’re a production company based in Ipswich, Suffolk; we do a range of photographic and media related content. We can do photography for businesses or promotional events, and we also can film: weddings, music videos, documentaries, adverts and short films.
How did you start your company and get it off the ground?
In 2014, I decided to produce my own production company because it was a more effective way for me to market myself as a brand. Whenever you start a company or whenever you start something new; it is always difficult. It’s always a challenge since you never really know what to expect. When VGP started, for me, it was about learning what we were and what we were doing. Once our cinematography style was found, it became much easier and ideas began to flow better. [Read more...]
April is rapidly approaching, and that means two things for us here at Norwich Film Festival:
We took a short break from designing our brand new 2015 merchandise to catch up with director Holly to ask her how the production was coming along.