FeaturesMoviesNews 23rd April 2019 Jon Dingle 0
Award Nominees Announced PLUS Opening Day of Festival
FESTIVAL DATES: Tuesday 23rd April – Sunday 28th April 2019 Photo: Judson Vaughan and Karl Kennedy-Williams (from Dragonflies Only Live For 24 Hours)
North London based Unrestricted View Film Festival, opens tonight (Tuesday 23rd April) to celebrate a week of independent film for the fourth year running.
It is also delighted to today announce its 2019 award nominees:
The award winner’s announcement and ceremony will take place at 8pm on Sunday 28th April at festival’s hub venue, The Hen & Chickens.
Creative Director, James Wren, said:
“This year, we had more submissions than ever so I’m very grateful to my team for helping me select the final programme which boasts a wealth of talent from across the world, from filmmakers of all levels of experience. Every year, this festival showcases exceptional talent from emerging artists and so selecting the award finalists is always a challenging task. I’m so excited to see what these filmmakers, actors, and creatives go on to achieve in their careers and it’s great that UVFF gets to be a part of their journey. This festival continues to be a wonderful celebration of independent film at its finest.”
The festival’s opening night which will take place tonight at 7pm (doors at 6:30pm) with a screening of the film, Dragonflies Only Live For 24 Hours – one of the finalist films in a number of categories – showing at Everyman’s Screen on the Green.
Launched in 2016, and following three very successful years, the 2019 Unrestricted View Film Festival is set to be bigger and better than ever before. Stretching across three venues, this year including the addition of Islington Vue Cinema, the festival will show a selection of feature films, documentaries, short films and web series across the six-day event.
Unrestricted View in collaboration with FMW Films is a collective of award winning theatre and filmmakers, established in 1997 to write and produce innovative and exciting new work. Combined, the companies have produced over 20 plays, five new writing festivals; three feature length films, four short films and hundreds of comedy shows, including the feature film, The Man You’re Not, which won Best British Feature at the London Independent Film Awards in 2017.
Best Director (Feature)
Best Actor (Feature)
Best Actress (Feature)
Best Foreign Feature
Best Foreign Short
Best Actor (Short)
Best Actress (Short)
Best Web Series
Best Documentary (Short)
Best Director (Short)
Best Make up/Costume
Best Art Direction
Festival Director’s Choice
Announced on the night
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