16-19 years old filmmakers are being offered the chance to pitch for funding and support to make a ‘microshort’ on their mobile phone, with 4 winning films screened at BAFTA as part of the annual TriForce Short Film Festival.
We’re very excited to reveal that TriForce Creative Network has been names as one of Creative England’s #CE502018 companies to watch in the coming year! Every year Creative England announces the CE50 list, celebrating the achievements of the 50 best up and coming, innovative and disruptive individuals and companies across film, games and digital tech.
TRIFORCE SHORT FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES BEST OF THE FEST AWARD 2017 Adrian Lester and Babou Cesay were amongst some of the stars who attend the event London: Monday 4th December 2017 – Leading lights from the world of Film and TV gathered on Saturday night at the TriForce Short Film Festival 2017 to support diversity
The shortlist of films for the 2017 TriForce Short Film Festival (TFSFF) has been announced at an exclusive launch at the BFI, Stephen Street. This morning, TFSFF also announces the final four films selected for the ‘Best of the Fest’ award, to be screened at a red carpet Gala event at BAFTA on 2nd December.
UK based philanthropist, executive producer of multi-award winning short films and TriForce Short Film Festival partner, Professor Stefan Allesch-Taylor CBE has announced he is committing £1 million to short films with the aim of supporting diversity and inclusion in the UK film industry, and promoting upcoming talent from across the U.K.