Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Watch The Osprey Short Films Online

Most of the films shortlisted for this year's Osprey Short Film Awards are now available to watch online. So, if you didn't make it to the event, or would just like to see the films again, now is your chance to see the great work from local filmmakers and see if you agree with our judges.

Tuesday, 4 March 2014

Audience Award Winner

Lad: A Yorkshire Story
We've counted up your responses and can now announce that the 2014 Audience Award goes to...
Lad: A Yorkshire Story

It was very close with The Crash Reel, The Rocket, 5 Broken Cameras, The Forgotten Kingdom and Circles all scoring highly. All of the scores are available to view on the website.

We can also announce the dates for next year's festival, Thursday 26th February to Sunday 1st March 2015, put it in your diaries now.

Monday, 3 March 2014

Osprey 2014 Winners

On Saturday eight short films were shown at The Alhambra as part of the Osprey Short Film Awards. All eight films were Highly Commended by the judges but three films were selected for the main prizes. The winner in the 18 and Under Category was Animals, directed by Matthew Edwards. The Open Category prize went to Little Chamonix, directed by Dom Bush. The Audience Award voted for by the audience on the day went to Maybe by John Grey.

18 and Under Winner - Animals

Open Category Winner - Little Chamonix

Audience Award - Maybe

Sunday, 2 March 2014

Sunday at the Festival

Today we'll be joined by the filmmakers of Lad: A Yorkshire Story, The Raven On The Jetty and A Story of Children and Film. Our final film We Are The Best is a joyous way to being the festival weekend to a close but the centenary films continue at The Alhambra through the week.

Saturday, 1 March 2014

Saturday at the Festival

There are long (Gone With The Wind) and short (Ospreys) films today at The Alhambra. Dame Janet Suzman will be talking about her career in film and theatre (12:30pm Theatre) followed by a screening of Nicholas and Alexandra. Over at Rheged there are two great documentaries (Vivan las Antipodas! and Blackfish) and then lots to choose from back in Keswick for the evening.