The award-winning Lost In The Nameless City will have its world premiere screening in New York City! My short experimental documentary is 1 of 31 short films selected from around the world showcased at The Cell in the Chelsea District of Manhattan. 9 countries are being represented: UK, Brazil, Canada, Cyprus, Germany, Iran, Poland, Spain and the United States with all films eligible for nominations in competition for various awards.
THE ARTISTS FORUM FESTIVAL OF THE MOVING IMAGE will present a selection of innovative and critically intriguing films from extraordinary filmmakers, including several world premieres, geared to stimulate the minds and captivate the hearts of theatre-goers... We are committed to producing an unparalleled opportunity for independent filmmakers to be seen and heard in New York City’s formidable arts and media market.”
The Artists Forum is in its 19th year, however this will only be the 2nd edition of the film festival as the organisation looks to expand and progress their stature as a major destination for filmmakers with the event. It runs from the 10th - 13th of October 2017 with Lost In The Nameless City screening in Session 1 on the opening night:
I want to send a huge thank you to festival director Amos White V. for saying such kind words to me about the film after I learnt of its official selection, to the judging panel and those who make the festival possible. It's a cliché to say it but I am genuinely honoured for my work to be included with the other filmmakers and films selected from around the world.
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Award winning and internationally selected director of dance, fiction, experimental and documentary films with screening highlights of London Short Film Festival at the ICA, LACMA, Zealous X exhibition (Oxo Tower Wharf) and San Diego Comic-Con. His work has broadcast on BBC One and ikono TV.