Monday, 1 July 2013

BFI Simulated Minds Shortlisted for award

Eternal Art of the Simulated Minds at the BFI
Here at Murder Minutes HQ we've just had the most wonderful news that our film 'Eternal Art of the Simulated Mind' has been shortlisted for an award at the 4th Walthamstow International Film Festival.

We're especially fond of this film festival and once again they've done us proud by having a celebratory screening of all the shortlisted films at Britain's home of cinema the BFI South Bank on the 8th July 2013. The judging panel meets before the screening but announces the winner of the various categories and overall winner afterwards. The judges this year include Noel Goodwin, head of youth education at the BFI; Barry Bliss, Walthamstow-based film director of international success Art Is; rising video-art star, Georgina Starr, whose installations and experimental films have been shortlisted in the Turner Prize and Ska legend, actress and presenter Pauline Black, who originally shot to fame with The Selecter in the 1980s with hits including 3-Minute Hero.

If you would like to see all the entries then the film festival will screen a programme of international three-minute shorts at The Stow Film Lounge on Saturday, July 13 and Sunday, July 14.

Entrance is free, from 2pm to 5pm.

Alban Low (Images), Duncan Eagles (Music) and Harvey Wells (Producer) will be there and we'll report back with all the news. Unfortunately we will miss Leo Appleyard (Music), who can't be with us on the day.

Fingers Crossed.

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