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Edinburgh Shorts Regular Submission Deadline Looms!

The Regular submission deadline for the 2017 Edinburgh Short Film Festival is Monday 15th May! Last chance to submit at the regular submission fee rate! Entrants will be eligible for one of our 3 awards for 2017: Best Director Best Animated … Continue reading

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ESFF Programming for the 2017 Fastnet Film Festival

We’re very pleased to have been asked to prepare a programme for the Fastnet Film Festival for their 2017 edition and looking forward to working with them and their ‘Light From the Land’ project! The Fastnet Film Festival has been … Continue reading

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Talking Dead Cats with Ivan Barge director of ‘Madam Black’

Ivan Barge directed the multi-award winning, Madam Black, a deliciously dark comedy with novel use for a dead cat. On the way home from work,Marcus runs over a cat. He meets its young owner, Tilly and tells her that Madam Black has … Continue reading

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Introducing ESFF new media Partners: Culture Agora

We’re very excited to be working with Culture Agora, probably the largest space for  information & opportunities on what’s happening in the creative industries throughout Europe. The word Agora is Greek for ‘open place of assembly’ and, early in the … Continue reading

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Carys Evans talks to director Nicholas Moss at the 2016 ESFF about short film making and directing John Hurt

Much saddened as we were to hear about the death John Hurt, we unknowingly gave him on of his last screenings at last year’s ESFF when he appeared in Nicholas Moss’s outstanding short drama BREAK which we screened on Sunday … Continue reading

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Interview with Film-Maker Graeme Cassels at the 2016 Edinburgh Short Film Festival

Graeme Cassels animated short film BRUAR is a charming and delightful animated short – which features a loquacious talking doorstop called Bruar -who, fed up with the lack of manners in today’s society and decides that it’s time to act … Continue reading

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Edinburgh Short Film Festival 2016 Previews: Comedy

The Edinburgh Short Film Festival opens again on October 26th and will once again screen superlative short films across the city this Autumn and it’s great  to see that some very good comedies have made it onto the programme this … Continue reading

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