Osprey Short Film Awards 2012
Saturday 25th February 2pm, The Alhambra
What Are The Osprey Short Film Awards?
At the 2012 festival John Hurt presented the awards, providing our county's young film makers the opportunity to meet and gain invaluable advice from the legendary actor.
“I feel it's very important for those of us who are established in films to make sure that we put ourselves out to encourage the next link in the chain. It's not difficult to put oneself out and it was greatly enjoyable watching their films and sharing their pleasure at the awards.”
A selection of these films is now available for screening from the British Federation Of Film Societies.
Golden Osprey and Audience Award Winner
A teenage boy meets his clone in this science fiction adventure.
A short story about a young girl keen on boxing but trapped by family circumstances.
The first episode of a new zombie internet game show taking place near The Old Man Of Coniston.
The writer of last year's Golden Osprey Winner, Stuck, returns directing an imaginative game of golf.
A short film about nature and it's place in modern society.
In Dreams is a profound and experimental documentary focusing on the weirdest and most vivid dreams of normal individuals. After numerous interviews, five of the most imaginative and outstanding interviews were selected for the documentary.
A post apocalyptic science fiction drama focused on two brothers who have found a safe place in a bunker.
To escape the horror of her own actions, a young woman rushes towards the wildness and open air of the nearby fell tops.
Film noir thriller The POW is the first short film by John Hamlett. As Germany's downfall approaches, a British Prisoner of War risks his life to escape. But after four years in captivity why run now? Why take the chance when the war may be over by Christmas?
A documentary exploring the difficulties faced by young single mums
If you'd like to sponsor the Osprey Short Film Awards or supply any prizes then please do contact us.