NFTS Graduation Screenings at the BFI
On 28, Feb 2015 | In News | By DavidPimm
This week saw the NFTS graduation films screening at BFI’s NFT1 on London’s Southbank. It was a fantastic couple of days where 8 fiction films, animations, documentaries, television shows and games screened to friends, family, cast, crew and industry audiences. My fiction film, Patriot, directed by Eva Riley, provoked a fantastic reaction from the audience. My stop motion animation film, Fulfilament, which I shot alongside cinematographer Iona Firouzabadi and director Rhiannon Evans, went down very well and proved that the 3 months of pre production and 7 months of shooting was all worth while! I also worked as visual consultant on the game ‘Vocal‘, with Games Developer Paul Dillon, which previewed a demo at the show and has been awarded a development grant from the Wellcome Trust.
Mostly, it was a wonderful experience to sit and support the rest of the year group’s work. Congratulations to all of the other graduates and here’s to everyone having exciting festival runs with their films. Below are the two trailers for Patriot and Fulfilament.