2017 Iris Prize Best British Award Shortlist Announced | Film

2017 Iris Prize Best British Award Shortlist Announced | Film

Organisers of the Iris Prize have announced details of the 15 short films competing for the Best British Award at the 2017 Iris Prize Festival. The winner who will be presented with a prize valued at £20,000 from sponsors Pinewood Studios Group will be announced during the October film festival in Cardiff, Wales.

Here is a montage of the 15 films up for the 2017 Iris Prize.

The full list of competing films are:


·         an (un)natural birth – Laura Kingwell

·         Bearable – David James Holloway

·         Colours – Peter Lee Scott

·         Fay Presto, Queen of the Close Up – Hanna Aqvilin

·         Leroy – Marley Morrison

·         One Summer – Gregory Oke

·         Outlines – Ellie Rogers

·         Pillowtalk – Louise Marie Cooke

·         Rink – Gail Hackston

·         Sunday Morning Coming Down – Harry Lighton

·         Sununú: The Revolution of Love – Olivia Crellin

·         We Love Moses – Dionne Edwards

·         Where We Are Now – Lucie Rachel

·         Wolves – Maria Balduzzi

·         Yellow – Rowyn Mottershead

To view the list of nominees in more detail go to the Iris Prize’s website


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