Crow Feathers won the Creativity award at Forster Film Festival, Australia. It screened on the 28-30 Sept at the festival, and afterwards in the festival tours of the local region. Here’s what the festival said about the award in their email to me: ‘Our Creativity Award honours an artist whose work contains creativity, imagination and originality and makes a significant and unique contribution to independent film. We look forward to seeing more of your work! Please waive entry fee for all future submissions.’
Sat 21st July 2012 – Crow Feathers won the Best Animation Award at Wimbledon SHORTS Film Festival. It also came third in the Audience Award. Kate Rawson, who plays the boy in the film, was at the screening and collected the award – or rather, certificate – on my behalf as I wasn’t able to attend. The judges called it a ‘Highly original accomplished work showing enormous directorial flair.’
Mike 360º was a finalist in the Raindance Extraordinary Films Competition 2010 and screened at the Raindance Film Festival in their short films selection.
Mind Games was a finalists for the Virgin Media Shorts Award . From over 1400 entries it made it to the last 12! The lavish awards ceremony took place at the NFT where the film was screened along with the 12 other nominees to a packed audience. The film was also transfered to 35mm courtesy of Virgin Media Shorts and is screening in cinemas round the UK until next July as well as on Virgin Video On Demand and Virgin mobile. Look out for it!
On the Upside – was one of three finalist for the Rushes Soho Shorts Newcomer Award at The Rushes Short Film Festival in July 2008. There were some really great films nominated in all the categories and we were unfortunately just pipped to the post in the Newcomer category by Love does grow on Trees. But it was an honour to get to the final from amongst so many great films!
On March 25th 2008 On the Upside won an Accolade Award in The Accolade Competition, which honours outstanding achievements in film, television and videography. The film received An Award of Excellence in the Short Film Category and and Honourable mention for overall post-production.
In December 2003 The Garden won a Jury Award at A Corto Di Cinema Lucca.