Independent  filmmakers from around the world will have the chance to showcase their work at the UK Film Festival, which returns this month to the Aubin Cinema in Shoreditch. The festival, now in its third year, provides unsung talent as well as more established independent  filmmakers a platform to have their work screened to a wider audience. Filmmakers Murray Woodfield and Mahdi Hussein Nejad set up the festival in 2011 as an alternative to major festivals which they believed no longer served those ‘unheard voices’ in  film. This year the festival has brought in the acclaimed director Petros Silvestros to help choose the  films, a move that Woodfield claims has raised the level of professionalism. Three features already on the programme are the Italian drama Miele (Honey) by Valeria Golin, romantic melodrama  The Broken Circle Breakdown directed by Felix Van Groeningen and Clio Barnard’s  The Selfish Giant based on the Oscar Wilde story of the same name. Festivals like Raindance already claim to be celebrating the best of independent  film, but Woodfield is confident that the UK Film Festival offers something different.
COTTONTAIL is an exciting and touching road movie which tells the story of Henry, a meek farmer boy and Billy, his older cousin and saviour. The loveable silver tongued killer takes Henry on a journey across southern USA to see the ocean and teaches him about life along the way. MY OWN WAY is the tragically moving story of an independent young man who after being diagnosed with Multiple Scleroses, lives in denial and pushes away everyone who loves him and wants to help him. SEEING RED is a powerful and harrowing supernatural mystery thriller in which a lonely, guilt-ridden werewolf falls in love with one of his beautiful redheaded victims.
Many thanks to all the scriptwriters who made this our most exciting feature script competition to date. Congratulations to the twice Berlinale Winner Director Petros Silvestros  who has just won the Best Thriller Award and Best Short Film of the Festival Award,  at the BAFTA Qualifying Aesthetica Short Film Festival for his short film ‘’ A Confession’’.
A Confession was made from Andrea Allen’s winning screenplay from the UK Film Festival Script competition last year . Film is not all about awards, but if you need a seal of quality for this relatively new shorts festival, last year’s overall winner, Mat Kirkby’s Phone Call, went on to win the Oscar for best live-action short. Petros Silvestros wins the Crystal Bear again at Berlinale 2015 for his new short film A Confession. Congratulations to director Petros Silvestros for winning his second Crystal Bear at Berlinale 2015 for his short film A Confession and also for creating another historical record.
This is the second year in a row that Silvestros receives this Best Short Film award becoming the first ever director to win this award twice in the 65 years history of Berlinale. A Confession was made from Andrea Allen’s winning screenplay from the UK Film Festival Script competition last year. Seen below the twice Berlinale winner, director Petros Silvestros receiving his first Crystal Bear for the short film Mike in 2014.


Many thanks to all who submitted films for the best UK Film Festival yet. See you next year! Channel 4 has broadcast two UKFF winners and co-funded the production of the UKFF script competition ?lms.
We are now in our 4th year of supporting the prestigious Lux Prize for Best European Feature Film. Please note the UK Film Festival is not run by the cinemas and that you cannot book tickets through their box offices.
Huge Congratulations to Pawel Pawlikowski’s “IDA” with Agata Trzebuchowska for Best Foreign Language Film; and to Mat Kirkby’s “THE PHONE CALL” with Jim Broadbent and Sally Hawkins for Best Short Film at the Oscars! The UK Film Festival continues to be a leader in showcasing and promoting ?lm from around the world. Our Best British Short Winner "The KarmanLine" with Olivia Colman produced by Fortune Films.
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Verification link has expired, please click on resend verification email from your profile page. Around half of adults think drink-drive limits should be lower for young and novice motorists, according to a survey. As many as 36% reckon the limit should be zero for all drivers, the poll from car insurance company Direct Line found.
The survey showed that 50% of the 2,002 adults questioned said the limit should be either lower or zero for young drivers or for those who have just passed their test. Most support for a zero limit for these young and novice motorists came from those living in north east England, with the least support being in south east England.People in Northern Ireland were most keen to see a zero limit for all drivers, with those in the North East and in London being the least keen.
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Yes there are a number of options available, you can set your browser either to reject all cookies, to allow only "trusted" sites to set them, or to only accept them from the site you are currently on. Last year’s big discovery Buzkashi Boys, directed by Sam French, went on to achieve an Oscar nomination, and the festival was also instrumental in broadcasting another winner Why Don’t We Do It In The Road on Channel 4. To win her love he must conquer his own murderous instincts while keeping one step ahead of the international police investigation. Riley who wrote MIKE; and Andrea Allen and Alfred Allen who wrote A CONFESSION have had their scripts produced as award winning films by the UK Film Festival and Irresistible Films. Aesthetica is the biggest short film festival in UK and  ‘’A Confession’’ was in competition with more than 300 short films. The film was co-produced by our own Murray Woodfield and Irresistible Films’ Producer, Matt Nelson. In addition, the festival’s writing competition, in which the best script is made into a film, has also produced the winners at the Berlin film festival two years in a row. Last year he won the Crystal Bear for his short film, Mike becoming the first British director to ever win this award. The film was co-produced  by our own Murray Woodfield and Irresistible Film’s Producer Matt Nelson.
Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. The current permitted limit in England, Wales and Northern Ireland is 80mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood, while in Scotland the limit has recently been lowered to 50mg. Direct Line motor director Gus Park said: a€?England, Wales and Northern Ireland boast one of the most permissive driver blood-alcohol concentration limits in Europe, but there is widespread popular support for lowering this, especially for young and novice motorists. For the best up to date information relating to Sudbury and the surrounding areas visit us at Suffolk Free Press regularly or bookmark this page. Some on show this year have already won awards, meanwhile: Colombian motherhood story Leidi took the top prize at Cannes while Belfast childhood comedy Boogaloo And Graham won the Bafta (and an Oscar nomination). Seen above, producer of A Confession Murray Woodfield with the recipient of the Crystal bear, Director Petros Silvestros.
Kirkby returns to judge this year’s shorts, which play in feature-length programmes, with prizes in documentary, animated, international and British shorts up for grabs.
There are also filmmaker Q&As and a few features, including a version of Roald Dahl’s Esio Trot starring Judi Dench and Dustin Hoffman.



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