Shortlist for the 2022 entries are revealed…
We’re pleased to announce the shortlisted films for Horsham Film Festival 2022 PLUS information on getting tickets for the 4 x Shortlisted Film screenings and the Awards Night we are running at the Everyman Cinema Horsham from Nov 28 to Dec 2!
Read on for more details…
BEST DRAMA SHORTLIST
Watcher – Directed by Ivo Bright.
Road Trip – Directed by Natalie A. Evans.
On Air – Directed by Syd Heather.
Girls Night – Directed by Lorna Brierly.
Company of Four – Directed by Harry Walters.
BEST COMEDY SHORTLIST
Bingo – Directed by Mark Andrew Singer.
Throne Alone – Directed by Jason Gregg.
Dig Boy Dig – Directed by Andrew McCann.
Between The Lines – Directed by Dom Lee.
Toast – Directed by Benedict Webb.
Lockdown Tale – Directed by Cameron Carr, Marie Trudolubova.
The Journey You’ll Take – Directed by Laura Makai.
When I Was A Younger – Directed by Noella Mingo.
A Soldier of the Great War – Directed by Ben Vokes.
The Diver’s Son – Directed by Nick Sneath.
Candlelight – Directed by Scott Newton.
Wawel Dragon – Directed by Cameron Carr.
Johnny Spittoon –Directed by Neil Whitman.
French Windows – Directed by Jack Osmond.
Biblick – Directed by Harry Richards, Bethan Reast.
YOUR DISTRICT AWARD
Finding Wilson – Directed by Emily M. Smith.
Lost Time – Directed by Louis James Harrild.
Your Perspective – Directed by Ben Vokes.
Hedgehog Garden – Directed by David King.
Tripwire – Directed by Alan Cross.
UNDER 18 FILMS
Spy Through Time – Directed by the Sparks Arts Class of Feb Half Term 2022.
Blood Wedding – Directed by Sonny Piper, Oliver Blogg. Sparks Hove
Life Changing – Directed by Luke Whatley-Bigg
Brooklands Motor Racing Circuit – Directed by Luke Whatley-Bigg.
My Holiday – Directed by Alba Olive Greenaway.
A Lifetime in Time – Directed by Liberty Amy Clark.
Congratulations to all the shortlisted films! We will be screening each of them in full at the Everyman Cinema across Nov 28th – Dec 1st. The programme for this is…
- Monday Nov 28th – shortlisted Drama films plus screenings of Muse and Venus.
- Tuesday Nov 29th – shortlisted Comedy films plus screening of Scootch.
- Wednesday Nov 30th – shortlisted Documentary and Animation films plus screening of The Dry Cleaner.
- Thursday Dec 1st – shortlisted Your District and Under 18s films
- Friday Dec 2nd – AWARDS NIGHT! Plus, in the afternoon we have Whistlestop Arts on-site with their Unlock the Box mini-escape room game and the Brick Bus with a film-themed Lego play session for kids. Brick Bus tickets can be booked directly on their site.
Alongside the shortlisted films, we will also have special screenings of…
Award winning film The Dry Cleaner. Directed by Chris Carr.
Award winning short film Muse. Directed by Azhur Saleem.
Award winning short film Venus. Directed by Andrew McGee. Venus: A Short Cyberpunk Film
Award winning short film Scootch. Directed by Julie Hyde Mew.
Awards will be given out – plus networking and more – at the Awards Night on Dec 2nd.
We’re also thrilled to reveal the official poster for this years festival, designed by Silverback – check it out below!
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