News of a former pupil.
The BFI Future Film Festival is the UK's largest festival for young, emerging film makers aged 16-25 around the world. The programme consists of 45 short films made by young talent, chosen from a pool of over 1000 entries, competing for 10 prestigious awards. The jury is made up of renowned industry professionals, this year including the likes of Reggie Yates and Daisy Edgar-Jones.
My film, MUSIC FOR THE END OF THE WORLD, will be available to watch for free on BFI Player until the 28th February.
The film starts off as a vibrant comedy but gives way to heartfelt commentary on teenage social anxiety and mental health. After the 28th, it will resume on its festival circuit.
Additionally, I was interviewed by the Evening Standard about the win and staying creative during the pandemic. Here's the article.
Thanks for reading. I hope to carry on the Qui Patitur Vincit Latymer spirit in my life and film making for years to come!