Jessica Loveland in Film & TV

17/09/2015

iShorts1 Trailer Showcases New Filmmaking Talent

A selection of short films produced from filmmakers based all across the UK can be seen in our new iShorts1 showreel. 

Produced and edited by 'How To Live Yours' director  Rachel Tunnard, this exclusive trailer showcases the original storytelling talents that came though our first round of iShorts. Watch it below:

Running throughout 2014, iShorts1 was responsible for a selection of shorts from a range of genres. From the North, the scheme funded Ged Hunter's 'A Complicated Way To Live', 'Chance' by Joe Carter, ' Crisps' by filmmaking duo Jim and Joe Dethick, 'Cruelty' by Anna Blandford, 'Hits Like A Girl' by Harry Sherriff, 'How To Disappear Completely' by Tim Woodall and Phil Drinkwater, 'In Waiting' by Cecilia Stenbom, 'Pig Child' by Lucy Campbell, 'Shiner' by David Lilley, 'The Devil's In The Detail' by Tomasz Aleksander and 'The Princess Under The Stairs' by Sarah Goodall.

From the South, the scheme supported 'A Private Man' by Simon and Paul Wade, 'Billy The Kid' by Sam Johnson, 'Daddy's Girl' by Jed Hart, 'Strange Weather' by Tom Shrapnel, ' Sweetheart' by director Jack Taylor Cox, 'The Man Who Choked' by Ross Jameson, 'The National Phobia Societies Annual Day Out' by Mark Drake and 'The Treehouse' by Amy Coop.

iShorts3 is now  accepting applications, offering new filmmakers the chance to receive a £5,000 production award and expert support to create their first short film. In the meantime, find out more about our iShorts1 filmmakers in the video below:

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  • Short Film Funding
  • Short Film Competition
  • iShorts
  • Filmmaking