Golden wins the Aspect Consultants LUC Short Film Prize 2014

Short film prize POSTER 1000pxOn saturday night, We held the second LUC short Film prize sponsored by the heroic Aspect Consultants. from 1800 entries we got down to 8 brilliant finalists, who were all evaluated by an elite judging panel consisting of:

Mike McCahill – Film critic for The Scotsman, The Sunday Telegraph, The Guardian, Metro, Moviemail and The Daily Complainer

Anton Bitel – Freelance film critic and genre fanatic who writes for Sight & Sound, Film4.com, Little White Lies and Grolsch FilmWorks

John Knight – The Mayor of leamington Spa (yes really, the mayor. Honest)

Ben Walshe – Journalist and filmmaker who also helped with the shortlisting

Hank Starrs – Is a Writer/Producer who has completed 16 Short films and a couple of features, including BLOODED and ANYONE CAN PLAY GUITAR. Currently Producing ELSTREE 1976 (was also in LUC’s favourite band)

Nic Pillai – Film Lecturer and writer – His book Jazz as Visual Language: Film, Television and the Dissonant Image will be published by I. B. Tauris in 2015.

Plus our generous sponsors:

Aspect Consultants

Barbara Weed – on behalf of Action 21

Bev Walshe – Science Fiction Author Ariadne Turner

Rob Nichols – From Undervale Limited

Oh – and we let the collective hive mind of the LUC Festival committee have a collective single vote (just to keep them happy)

Golden (written and directed by Simon Ball) was announced as the winner at Leamington Spa’s grand royal pump rooms on saturday night. Securing this year’s very special trophy and the £1000 prize. Congratulations to all involved in the film

04 Golden Laurels

 

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