Nest of Stone, a short film by Kim Noce, produced by Shaun Clark, will have its world premiere at 68th Edinburgh International Film Festival 2014 on Thursday 26 June 18:15 Filmhouse 1. The film will be part of the MCLAREN AWARD: NEW BRITISH ANIMATION 2 short film programme and it has been selected for the shorts jury competition eligible to win one of the following awards:
-The Award for Best Short Film
-The Award for Creative Innovation in a Short Film
-The Award for Outstanding Individual Contribution to a Short Film
The award ceremony will take place on Friday 27th June in Filmhouse. The festival will run between 16/18 June.
The Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) is an annual fortnight of cinema screenings and related events taking place each June. Established in 1947, it is the world’s oldest continually running film festival.The EIFF presents both UK and international films (all titles are World, International, European or UK Premieres), in all genres and lengths. EIFF 2014 will the Festival’s 68th Edition and runs 18–29 June 2014.
The 2014 Edition will feature activity from the McLaren 2014 Centenary Celebrations, a Scotland-wide project celebrating the centenary of the trailblazing artist, animator, musician Norman McLaren. Born in Stirling, Scotland McLaren spent much of his time in Canada where he helped to set up the National Film Board of Canada (NFB). McLaren 2014 is led by EIFF’s Animation Programmer Iain Gardner and will take place at venues throughout Scotland from April 2014.
Full guide at http://digitalpages.digitalissue.co.uk/go/eiff2014/
Directed by Kim Noce
Produced by Shaun Clark
Written by J Carr
Cinematography by Nick Cooke
Voice by Penelope McGhie
Editing by Benjamin Gerstein
Music by Alex Harwood
Sound Design by David Pringle
Grading by Jason R Moffat
A MEW LAB production, funded by HLF and Watford Museum
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