AWARDS CEREMONY FILM
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WINNER OF FILM THE HOUSE COMPETITION ANNOUNCED!
31 October 2012 The winner of the first annual Film the House competition was announced by industry experts in an awards ceremony at the House of Commons last night.
The competition invited members of the public to enter their films and scripts, the best of which were nominated by local MPs. Patrick Ryder, 33, a film-maker from Harrow who shot his action film Cerberus on a £50 budget was the overall winner of the competition.
He was nominated by Gareth Thomas, MP for Harrow West.
FILM THE HOUSE FINALISTS ANNOUNCED
17 October 2012 - Industry experts have announced the finalists of the national Film the House competition today. From over 1,000 hours of film entered into the competition, just 18 films have been shortlisted for the final.
Those shortlisted by the industry judges today will be considered for the award ceremony at the House of Commons on October 30th, where winners will be announced.
FILM THE HOUSE LAUNCHES NEW BLOG
5th October: Film The House has launched a brand new blog. Take a look to find out more about our competition entrants' experiences of filmmaking. Our bloggers discuss everything from how they first became interested in film, their inspirations for their film entry, what challenges they've faced and what lessons they've learnt. We also hear more about their aspirations for the future.
If you're a Film The House competition entrant and would be interested in submitting your own blog, please get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
A WORD FROM THE ORGANISER
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