Awards : TF1 'Sarah's Room' Winds Best Feature and Best Cinematography at Fife Film Expo
We are delighted that Tartan features TF1 - 'Sarah's Room' has won Best Feature and Best Cinematography at Fife Film Expo Festival
After receiving 1200 submissions, the inaugural Fife Film Expo on 9 May featured over 50 shorts and five feature film screenings. The event, which took place at the Lochgelly Centre, also included Q&As with filmmakers, animation and film workshops and networking opportunities. Winner of the Best Feature award was Sarah’s Room, a psychedelic horror/thriller directed by Edinburgh filmmaker Grant McPhee. The film is Scotland’s first feature to be released in 4K and was filmed over 5 and a half days in Edinburgh on a £4000 budget. Other award success for the film includes: Winner – Best Cinematography at Bootleg Film Festival New York; Nominee – Best Soundtrack BAFTA Scotland New Talent; and Nominee – Best Sound Design, BAFTA Scotland New Talent.
Many congratulations to all of the other winners at the Fife Film Expo who are:
Best Documentary – Duncan Cowles for Directed By Tweedie Best Overall Short Film – Neil Hartop for Rabbit Punch Best Student – Andrew Dobbie for K’nibble Best Animation – Fraser Murdoch for My City Best Editing – Stuart Doherty for Notes Best Made In Fife – David Izatt & Lindsay Brown for Stolen Wishes Best Cinematography Grant McPhee for Sarah’s Room
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