Wednesday Festival Round Up

Wednesday was jam packed with International Film Screenings, Industry Activity, networking events and special events: Dr David Nicholls and Desert Island Flicks with Paul Mason.
And we were trending on Twitter #Encounters22

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@AnimationNights
Inspiring Q&A with @benlmitchell and 7 filmmakers from @EncountersSFF brilliant Animation 2 program!

 

 

 

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Congratulations to all the fantastic filmmakers at the #NAHEMI @EncountersSFF screening. #AWARDS went to films from @UWE_FILM @NFTSFilmTV

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Festival Nights

 

 

 

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And #wednesday night is well underway with the @creativeengland reception, next up comedy shorts & desert island flicks
with @paulmasonnews

 

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Wild and Wonderful shorts from Depict at our cosy alfresco screening @HamiltonHouseBR for @EncountersSFF

 

 

 

 

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@corkypeebee
@paulmasonnews was literate, political, and talked about how narrative can take over from documentary @EncountersSFF

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Huge thanks to @paulmasonnews @FestivalofIdeas for a brilliant 90 minutes of film and thought provoking commentary

Paul’s longlist of films is: Reds (1981); Christ Stopped at Eboli (1979); Land and Freedom (1985); One Eyed Jacks (1961); Gilda (1946); Yellow Earth (1984); Song of Summer (1968); His Girl Friday (1940); The New Babylon (1929); To Have and Have Not (1944).

 

Photos copyright Jon Craig.