Saturday, 12 December 2009

London SFF screening and Royal Television Society Awards

'Who's Afraid of the Water Sprite?' is continuing its excellent form on the festival circuit with a screening at the London Short Film Festival on the 9th of January. It will be our 10th Festival screening so far and only our second in the UK.



The film is being screened at the ICA in London from a 35mm print- so its a great chance to watch 'Who's Afraid of the Water Sprite?' in its full glory.

The film is screening as a part of the Midnight Movies program, billed as 'an adrenaline-fuelled selection of short films from cult surrealism to outright terror.'

You can find out more about the screening via the online program: http://lsff.bside.com/2010/films/newshorts4midnightmovies_lsff2010

There's a amazing selection of short films in the Midnight Movie screening, one interestingly starring Keira Knightly. It should be a great evening of eye opening shorts and a nice chance to socialise and network.

In other news we have also just found out that 'Who's Afraid of the Water Sprite?' is through to the regional finals of the Royal Television Society Student Television Awards. Fingers crossed we make it though to the national final!




Anyway I hope to see you at the ICA in January,

Will McGregor

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