Details of programme here: http://www.zerofilmfest.com/london.
The two evenings of screenings are 8-11pm, 25th and 26th July, at Netil House in Dalston:
Zero Film Fest is organised by the same people as the Brooklyn Short Film fest, so it should be a great 2 nights of short film.
Here’s the schedule for the Brooklyn Short Film Festival. Kickoff is screening on Friday 14 June. Tickets available here. Zoran Trajkovic the director and I will be attending. Hope to see you there! Update – films which are freely available to watch online linked in the list below:
Thursday June 13th
The Pinball Prophet
Abel and Cain
Still I Ride
Out of Body
The Boy Who Killed Caterpillars
Friday June 14th
Waiting For Daddy
The Story of Hers
Ying and Yang
Call Me Ehsaan
We’re very happy about this one, all the more so as a mere 2.5% of entries were chosen to screen.
The Brooklyn Short Film Festival is taking place between 12 and 14 June.
The screening venue looks great – it’s the Galapagos Art Space, one of New York’s leading cultural institutions.
I’ll post details of the screening times as we get them.
EEFF2013 have confirmed Kickoff will be screening at 6pm, Saturday 29th June, on screen 4, at the Stratford Picturehouse.
We’re looking forward to it. See you there!
More very welcome news – our short film Kickoff has been chosen to screen at the 2013 East End Film Festival in London.
The film has already shown at the 2013 Ljubljana International Short Film Festival and made the finals in the 2013 London Sundance Short Film Competition.
We filmed it in the heart of London’s East End, so it’s great to get some more local recognition. The East End Film Festival takes place between 25th June to 10th July and Kickoff will be showing as part of a short programme called ‘Battles’. I will post the screening date as soon as I know.
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