Official Selection for Folkestone Short Film Festival 2021
We are delighted to announce the Official Selection for this year’s Folkestone Short Film Festival.
It has been a very tough couple of years and we had hoped to provide you with a physical event but unfortunately for logistical, financial and safety reasons we are unable to do that. So, for the second year running instead of a physical event, the whole festival will be held remotely. The official selections will be screened to the judges (and you here) who will individually watch the films and take notes. We will then meet via Zoom and collectively select each winner. (See here for more information).
The Official Selection
So, without further do we are delighted to announce that, after the most difficult selection process we’ve undertaken due to the highest standard we’ve ever witnessed, the following short films have been selected for the Folkestone Short Film Festival 2021.
Another Day by Stuart Black & Satinder Gill (United Kingdom)
Barry by John Robert Brown (Ireland)
Explorers by Borja Escribano (Spain)
Good Tidings by Gerry Jenkinson (United Kingdom)
How Can I Forget by Natalia Andreadis (United Kingdom)
Little Things by Tom Grace (United Kingdom)
Losing Grace by Athena Mandis (United Kingdom)
Oldbone Alberto Armas Díaz (Spain)
On My Own by Kristian Young (United Kingdom)
Snake Oil by Remy Archer (United Kingdom)
The Boy and the Mountain by Santiago Aguilera & Gabriel Monreal (Chile)
The Killer in Cursed Water by Laurent Ardoint (France)
The Rape Clause by Jared Watmuff (United Kingdom)
The Recycling Man by Carlo Ballauri (Italy)
The Woman of the House by Felipe Espinosa (Spain)
When You Left by Emilie K. Beck (Norway)
Wooden Character by Robert Duncan (United Kingdom)
An Honourable Mention
Although not selected the following short film deserves an honourable mention.
Dementia: The Island Journey by Rianna Patterson (United Kingdom)
For more information about the above short film please visit their Facebook page.
Congratulations to all the people involved in the above short films.
The winners will be announced on Sunday 25th July 2021 at 12:00 GMT (05:00 PT, 08:00 ET, 13:00 BST)
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- Folkestone Short Film Festival Winners - July 25, 2021
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