Trip 12A The Orange North Star Short Film Award Premiere at BALTIC World Premiere
Friday 7 December, 21.00
Dir. Harry Wootliff. UK 2007. 15 mins. Short Film.
A year ago, BAFTA-Nominated young director Harry Wootliff won NLFF’s Orange North Star Short Film Award. The prize was a £40,000 production budget and the chance to work with the region’s multi-award-winning production company, Yipp Films.
A year later and you are invited to see the outcome at the world premiere of Trip.
Shot locally in Whitley Bay, Trip is the emotionally-charged tale of a father trying to do the right thing by his two daughters, but choosing the very worst way to go about it.
With stand-out performances by seven-year-old Karis Igoe, four-year-old Chloe Garner and Sam Hazeldine as their dad, Trip is a stunning piece of storytelling.
Ticket price includes complimentary drinks and canapés.
60 Seconds of Fame
Enter BAFTA and Orange’s ‘60 Seconds of Fame’ short film initiative and you could attend the Orange British Academy Film Awards and have your film featured during the Film Awards ceremony, watched by millions.
We challenge you to make a film of 60 seconds in length on the theme ‘unite’. To find out more visit the dedicated website www.orange.co.uk/bafta where you can upload your film, view the competition, get top tips from the experts - including Alfonso Cuarón, Jim Broadbent and Colin Firth, plus download professional editing software.
So, what are you waiting for? Get involved. The deadline for entry is 4 January 2008. For full rules and terms and conditions please visit www.orange.co.uk/bafta
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