Success For Winchester Short Film Festival 2013
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Success for Winchester Short Film Festival 2013 – supported by Winchester Today.
The entire staff at Winchester Today are all absolutely delighted to have been involved with the success at the Winchester Short Film festival 2013 – with more entries, happy smiling faces at the Award Ceremony and the promise of even more for next year.
Success for Winchester Short Film Festival 2013 – Winchester Today’s First Sponsorship
This was Winchester Today’s first ever sponsorship – and organiser John Hayes says he’s delighted the newspaper stuck its neck out: “I thought the entries for the Festival were of an excellent standard, lots of happy people here at the Award ceremony as you can see. It’s going to get bigger and thanks to support of Winchester Today we have already been able to branch out.”
Julius Whiteman picked up the Winchester Today Award for Best Original Screenplay for his film ‘Inhaler’ and says he’s extremely happy: “It’s a dark comedy and was made with a budget of £1.39. Money well spent!”
Watch Julius’ fantastic film which won the Winchester Today award (Note: this is a mini-horror film made for Halloween; please be advised of content!)
Jim Glaister won the award for Greatest Emotional Impact – and puts part of his success down to time spent at Winchester’s Discovery Centre.
WATCH: Thomas Kunstler picked up the top award of Best Short Film for ‘Breaking Clouds’ – watch it here
WATCH: Matt Livingston was given TWO awards for ‘Midnight Train’ – and you can watch it here