June is ‘film month’ in Edinburgh and we are delighted to be a part of it.
This month’s screening is a belter, filled with a diverse range of short films; everything from first-time filmmakers to VFX spectaculars, experimental drama to time-lapse photography.
Write Shoot Cut is a part of Screen Education Edinburgh, and as such we are taking an opportunity this month to showcase a film made by young first time filmmakers. Louis Clark‘s The Man With No Name was made through a project we did called Xpress Yourself and is one of 9 short films made by young people aged 12-19 from across Edinburgh. We are releasing all 9 films online, one a day, from Monday 10th June in the lead up to the Edinburgh International Film Festival. You can catch them all at the Screen Education Edinburgh website.
Following this we have Matt Cameron‘s VFX drama Falling Out, Catriona Ruth Paterson‘s Weird Science-esque Girl TM, the BAFTA Scotland Award Winning short film RED from filmmaker Simone Smith, Screen Academy Scotland MA short film The Sun Does Not Exist from Adria Reina and finally, the World Première of the time-lapse landscape beauty that is The Tropic of Capricorn from German based filmmaker and photographer Greg Kiss (who we are also delighted to say is travelling from Munich to attend, along with the composer, Perth-based Philip Curran).
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