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My Life At 40 in Siena SFF, Italy

Posted by Laurie Hill at 20:28, October 31st, 2006

Director:
Laurie Hill

Festival Internazionale del Cortometraggio
Siena 17 - 25 Novembre 2006

Via in Selci, 84/A - 00184 Roma - Italy
Tel: +39 06 4745585
Fax: +39 06 47885799
festival@cortoitaliacinema.com

www.cortoitaliacinema.com

My Life At 40 in Intermix 06, Leeds

Posted by Laurie Hill at 20:27, October 31st, 2006

Director:
Laurie Hill

My Life At 40 has been selected for Intermix 06 by Pavilion.

Blurb says:
‘Intermix, now in its fifth year, is Pavilion’s annual programme of contemporary artists’ film and video. Intermix06 is scheduled to coincide with the Leeds International Film Festival.
This year Pavilion’s vision for the programme is the concept of the “Moment”’.

Intermix 06
6 - 12 November 2006

Launch:
Monday 6 November - Round Foundry Media Centre, Leeds: 6pm-8pm
Screenings:
7 November - Round Foundry Media Centre, Leeds: 12noon-2pm and 3pm-5pm
8-12 November - BBC Big Screen Millennium Square, Leeds: 10am-11am and 2pm-3pm

http://www.pavilion.org.uk

Unfortunately I’ve been censored for the BBC Big Screen - BBC watchdogs branded the animal and cutout sex scenes too saucy and spicy to show in a public place - the local residents might get a taste for it! - so instead there’s a black screen saying ‘This scene has been censored at the request of the BBC.’ Hahahahahaha - what about those nature documentaries I want to know!?

My Life At 40 in DOKFEST Leipzig

Posted by Laurie Hill at 20:25, October 31st, 2006

Director:
Laurie Hill

DOKFEST Leipzig
49th Leipzig Festival of Documentary and Animated Film Germany
30 October – 5 November 2006

AnimaDoc
‘Films that are not easily categorised are presented in Leipzig for this very reason: True stories combined with animation techniques - reality is not only where we expect it to be, and it can have many different faces. For the eleventh time, Leipzig presents “documentary animated” films. New, short-films with decidedly documentary contents will be screened in two different programme blocks. Presented productions require the audience to give up on prevailing aesthetic perceptions of documentary and animated film. If able to do so, viewers will perceive an imaginative and illusionary reality - the reality of drawings, puppets, or 3D-computer animated figures and other animation film characters. They are protagonists of the imaginary worlds of authors and their respective realities. AnimaDoc is a journey to the imaginative border between documentary genre and fiction. An exciting trip to new aesthetic terrain.’

http://www.dokfestival-leipzig.de

My First Taste of Death/ My Life At 40 at UNCUT, ICA

Posted by Laurie Hill at 20:24, October 31st, 2006

Director:
Laurie Hill

UNCUT Independent Film Forum
Screen 2, 12:30 pm
Sat Oct 28

Institute of Contemporary Arts
The Mall
London

My Life At 40 wins Best Single Channel Work in VAD, Spain

Posted by Laurie Hill at 20:23, October 31st, 2006

Director:
Laurie Hill

My Life At 40 has just won First prize for ‘Best Single Channel Video’ at VAD international video and digital arts festival, Girona, Spain (yippeeee!)

VAD
18 – 21 October 2006
Girona, Spain

www.vadfestival.net

My Life At 40 in competition in Sitges 06, Spain

Posted by Laurie Hill at 20:22, October 31st, 2006

Director:
Laurie Hill

Anima’t Shorts
SITGES 06 - International Film Festival of Catalonia
11 October

09:00hrs Casino Prado, Sitges
22:30hrs Casino Prado, Sitges

http://www.cinemasitges.com

Says on the site blurb:
‘SITGES International Film Festival of Catalonia is the number one fantasy film festival in the world and represents, at the same time, the cultural expression with the most media impact in Catalonia. With a solid experience, the Sitges Festival is a stimulating universe of encounters, exhibitions, presentations and screenings of fantasy films from all over the world.’

Adventures of John and John in Trinidad and Tobago

Posted by William Bishop-Stephens at 19:51, October 15th, 2006

‘The Adventures of John of John’ has won another prize, this time ‘Best Student Film’ at the Trinidad and Tabago Film Festival. I don’t know if I get one of those big cardboard cheques, or a statuette or anything this time.
I think that big cardboard cheques and statuettes are a nice touch myself, but I await notification.

All the best,
Will