Partnership with FEST Film Festival

We are delighted to announce our partnesrship with FEST New Directors New Films based in Portugal.

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FEST New Directors | New Films Festival is focused on creating a space for up-and-coming filmmakers to show and promote their work, to develop their skills, offering new opportunities, and the chance to develop new audiences for independent cinema.

In 2017, FEST reaches its 13th edition, which will take place between the 19th and 26th of June.

The festival is divided into several categories, competitive and non-competitive, with 2 main award categories: Short films by filmmakers up to the age of 30 (Silver Lynx competition); and Features from directors who are on their first or second production, regardless of their age (Golden Lynx competition). NEXXT is a competitive section dedicated to student films, co-programmed in partnerships with universities from around the world.

The festival also hosts several non-competitive sections, such Flavours of the World (focusing each year on specific countries), Be Kind Rewind (a retrospective section) and FESTinha (proposing screenings and activities for the younger viewers).

John Wilson – Visiting Fellow

John Wilson

One of Britain’s leading film editors John Wilson’s films include Billy Elliot (2000) which won 13 BAFTA and three Oscar nominations including a BAFTA and ACE Eddie nomination for BEST Film Editing.

9. John Wilson has over 46 Editing credits on Feature Films and Television Series. His films include Billy Elliot (2000), The History Boys (2006) The Book Thief (2013), London Road (2014) and Me Before You (2016).  His Television dramas have included Henry V ( BBC Television Age of Kings)  and 13 episodes of ITV’s Downton Abbey, gaining him nominations for a BAFTA, two Emmys and an Eddie, as well as winning him two HPA awards.   He has also worked as Assistant Director on The History Boys.

John Wilson has an impressive IMDB

Editing and Post Production