Our short film White Awake is finally available to view online! The film has also been featured on Film Shortage as their Daily Pick. A massive thank you to the brilliant team behind this, including all of our Kickstarter backers!
White Awake is travelling overseas again and will be screening next Saturday 8th October at the 15th Urban Mediamakers Film Festival (UMFF) in Atlanta! Tickets and program details can be found at: http://umff.com/umff-content-creators.html
We’re excited to announce that White Awake has been selected to screen as part of Brit Week at the NewFilmmakers Los Angeles Film Festival on April 30th at The 1150 Oliver Center in Downtown LA! Tickets and program details can be found at: http://www.newfilmmakersla.com/events/event/april-30th-2016/
White Awake will be travelling overseas! Our first international screening will be next Saturday 2nd April at 5pm in Vancouver, Canada, at the UBC Next 100 Film Festival. White Awake will be one of four short films being shown at the Vancity Theatre. For tickets and more information: http://www.viff.org/theatre/series/ubc-next-100-film Our next North American festival will be announced soon.
White Awake is one of 16 films shortlisted to be screened at the TriForce Film Festival in the “Do What You Love” category. The festival will be held at BAFTA in London on the 5th December. The judging panel includes members from Shorts International, Channel 4 and Shiver (ITV). For more information on the festival, please visit www.tfsff.com
It’s been a while since our last update as we’ve been busy with post-production on White Awake; namely finalising the music, and currently moving on to sound editing and mixing. We hope to have it completed in the near future. We’ve also had a website made for the film which will have all the latest updates including press and festival news when we receive it: www.whiteawakefilm.com
We’re making great progress with post-production of White Awake. Yesterday I completed a second edit of the film and it’s not far off from being finalised (aka “picture lock”). Usually, editing a short film would be a more drawn out affair but because White Awake is fairly minimal in how it is cut, and because it is a performance driven piece (with clear moments of strong acting), I feel we will have