London Rolling Film Festival 6th Edition: 1 May 2016 at Lounge 34
Attending the film night the 10 Directors in competition for the best short film Award and Feature Film Director Corrie Greenop talking about his film "Wandering Rose" ['Demon Baby']
London, April 25, 2016 (Newswire.com) - 6th Edition of the London Rolling Film Festival to take place Sunday 1st May 2016 from 6:30pm at "Lounge 34" (Waterloo).
The Festival, run by an all female team, is a quarterly event with the purpose of showcasing talented filmmakers and put them in contacts with industry professionals as actors, directors, producers but also make-up artists, fashion designers and journalists. It's a vibrant event in constant evolution.
Artistic Director and founder of the Festival Alida Pantone will be announcing the upcoming editions in New York and Los Angeles, thanks to the collaboration with Actress and Producer Ellie Torrez.
Ellie has worked on many British and international film & t.v projects, including Eastenders, Run Fat Boy Run, How to Lose Friends & Alienate People and Last Chance Harvey. She also starred in the highly acclaimed Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde winning the Shriekfest - Best Actress Award in LA for her role as Claire Caine.
The event will start with short interviews to the Directors in competition, broadcasted live on the official Facebook page of the Festival thanks to our sponsor Doragoemon.com
Our guest for the 6th edition of the London Rolling Film Festival "Feature Corner" is Director Corrie Greenop (www.green13films.com).
We will show the trailer of his feature film 'Wandering Rose' ['Demon Baby'], followed by a short Q & A with the Director. So be ready with your questions and business cards!
Coz is an award-winning writer and director, known for feature film 'Wandering Rose' ['Demon Baby'] released through eOne, UK (Hunger Games', 'Insurgent', 'Foxcatcher') and ITN, USA ('American Poltergeist'; 'Ouija'). Gained a BA (Hons) in Film and Moving Image a the prestigious Northern Film School and compelling his Masters in Scriptwritng at The University of Salford in 2015.
Coz became an in house editor with broadcast television company, Acrobat Television in 2006. Three years later he became Head of Media for production company MGA Films in 2009 culminating in setting up Green13 Films in 2013.
His debut feature has been distributed and released on DVD/VOD in over 10 Countries and 5 Continents and has won a number of awards at film festivals around the World with critical acclaim. Most recently winning 3 awards at the 2015 British Horror Film Festival at Empire cinema in Leicester Square. Best British Horror, Best Actress and Best Director. The film also made it into UK Horror and British Horror Revival's Top 10 films of the year.
Coz is about to embark on 2 features back to back. 'Charlie's War' A Drama/Hooligan film set in Leeds, Yorkshire. It's a hooligan film with a heart. Centred around the friendship between a 13 year old Muslim boy and a football fanatical boy of the same age. It's The Boy in the Stripped Pyjamas meets Football Factory. And 'Passing Beacon'. A psychological horror set in the Isle of Skye.
The following short films are in competition for the 6th edition of the London Rolling Film Festival:
POSTPARTUM Directed by NANCY PATON
A MEMORY OF MY MOTHER Directed by ALEX TAMARO
BRING ME HOME Directed by DOM LENOIR
LITTLE ALISON Directed by STEVEN J JOBES
THE PIZZA GUY Directed by CHAD KILLORAN
THE GREEN RIBBON Directed by JOSEPH DEWEY
THE MOTION IN ME Directed by LEE APSEY
DRIFTWOOD Directed by JAMES WEBBER
THE CHEF Directed by ROBBIE GIBBON
CLOSE DOWN Directed by KOMALANKUTTY METHIL
From this Edition we introduce the "Sponsors Award": we invited our sponsors to watch our Official Selection and tell us what's their favorite film.
At the end of the screenings we will proclaim the winners of our "Audience Choice" and "Sponsors Choice" Awards.
LONDON ROLLING FILM FESTIVAL
London, 1 May 2016 - 6:30pm - FREE ENTRY
Venue: Lounge 34, 34 Lower Marsh, SE1 7RG London, United Kingdom (Nearest tube: Waterloo)
Sponsored by: Doragoemon Web Solutions; Adi Tanase Photographer; Live London Post.
Source: London Rolling Film Festival