FILM THE HOUSE 2014
Film the House 2014 launched on 19th November at an event at the Houses of Parliament. Along with Rock the House, which aims to raise awareness about the importance of intellectual property in the music industry, Film the House seeks talented filmmakers from across the UK to enter the competition.
Films may be entered into one of the following categories:
• Drama/Thriller/Action (18 years+)
• Comedy (18 years+)
• Music Video (18 years+)
• Documentary (18 years+)
• Under 18s (any genre of film accepted)
To enter please apply here.
AWARDS CEREMONY FILM
If you want to relive the excitement of our awards ceremony at the House of Commons, watch the video below, kindly made by Clubaholic.tv
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.
A WORD FROM THE ORGANISER
Film The House is an exciting film competition designed to help celebrate the best up-and-coming amateur film producers, directors and script-writers.
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