11th Keswick Film Festival
We'd like to thank everybody who came to the 2010 Festival and helped make it so great, we hope you enjoyed it as much as we enjoyed putting it on. If you have anything else to say then please do contact us or find us on Twitter or Facebook.
The 12th Keswick Film Festival will take place between the 10th and 13th February 2011.
We've added up the audience scores and can announce that the winner of the second Keswick Film Festival Audience Award is...
Gratifying to see that Departures probably deserved its Oscar 2009 for Best Film in a Foreign Language, in the opinion of Keswick, when most of us were surprised at it beating The Class, Waltz with Bashir and Revanche, but Departures was an excellent film and fully deserves both victories.
Cumbrian Short Film Awards
All the films entered into the this years Keswick Film festival were of a high standard and we had the difficult but enjoyable task of deciding the winners. The festival has proven again what a fantastic pool of film making talent Cumbria has. The film makers are a credit to this wonderful place.
Open Category1st Prize: "A Cup Of Chocolate" by Eden Films
2nd Prize: "The Wake" by Signal Films
3rd Prize: "Relate" submitted by Christine Entwistle
Under 18s1st Prize: "To Brampton With Love" by William Howard School
2nd Prize: "A Letter to Mr X" by Signal Films
Joint 3rd: "Pride & Prejudice" by Signal Films
Joint 3rd: "Oh You Filthy Mare" by Moonbeam Media
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KFF 11 Guests
This year we are delighted to welcome directors Jan Dunn and Alexandre Poussin, script-writer Tony Grisoni, and musicians Jane and Jenny Gardner
More than just films
Short Film Awards
The Cumbrian Short Film Awards recognise and reward the talented film makers from, or working in, the region. Read all about the 2010 entries and winners.
Shown at KFF 11
Writer-director Jan Dunn has previously specialized in outsiders and their relation to a community – the eponymous Gypo and...
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