The 4th annual TriForce Short Film Festival took place this Saturday at BAFTA. We showed 16 shortlisted films throughout the day, with our 4 finalists shown at the red carpet gala in the evening.
The winners were annoucned on the night, with 3 prizes up for grabs.
The top prize of the evening, the Best of the Fest Award, supported by Channel 4, went to the team behind Family Reunion, directed by David Kitchen and produced by Karen Bryson (pictured above). The team win a cash prize of £1000 along with a career development opportunity with supporters Channel 4.
We also announced the winner of the Best Documentary Award, supported by Shiver. This prize went to Teddy Nygh and the team at Fully Focussed Productions, with their film highlighting the work of the Amy Winehouse Foundation. They were joined on stage by some of the young people who were featured in the film. The team win a £250 cash prize and director Teddy will meet with Shiver’s MD Alexander Gardiner in the new year to discuss his career.
The audience selected the final award – the Audience Choice Award supported by Directors UK and Red Planet Pictures. This prize went to director Abigail Blackmore for her film Vintage Blood. The team win a £500 cash prize and Abigail will meet with Red Planet Pictures in the new year to discuss potential shadowing opportunities on their 2016 productions.
To check out the winners and details for all the shortlisted and finalist films, please go to: http://tfsff.com/shortlisted-films/