And we’re off! Early Bird submissions for Greenhorn Short Film Festival 2015 open today. This year’s fest sees us return to our hub venue ArtHouse Crouch End which was voted Best Cinema by Time Out last year. We are looking for high quality shorts by first time or emerging filmmaking talent from anywhere in the world. Genre isn’t an issue we accept anything from animation to drama, documentary to artist moving image and anything in between. As long as your short is under 15 minutes and made in the last two years it is eligible for entry.
We can’t wait to see your shorts, so get submitting today!
March 2nd – Submissions Open
April 20th – Early bird Deadline (£5)
July 13th – Regular Deadline (£7.50)
August 31st – Late/Final Deadline (£10)
Our brochure for this year’s festival can now be viewed online: http://www.greenhornfestival.com/programme-2014/brochure-2014/
Such an exciting line up of events, it’s getting so close now!
We would be nowhere if it weren’t for our lovely volunteers. Currently we are looking for a Filmmaker and Photographer to help us capture the 2014 festival. If you might be interested then head over to our Volunteering page.
Tickets for all the 2014 programmed events are now on sale! Head over to the programme page to find out more about our fabulous line-up and book your tickets. Our regular events sell out before the festival dates so please do book in advance.
We have a number of film-filled events lined up for you over the 16th-18th of November. Head over to the programme page to check out the line-up. Tickets will be on sale very soon!
After the popularity of our Ideas Tap Young Greenhorn Film Award last year we have re-opened the brief for this year’s festival. If you’re aged between 16-25 Films and have made a film 15 minute or under then head over the Ideas Tap to submit!
Ideas Tap Young Greenhorn Film Award 2014
The winning film will be screened at ArtHouse Crouch End as part of Greenhorn 2014 on Tuesday 18 November. Winning filmmakers will get two access all areas passes to the festival, a profile article on Ideas Tap, and a free Production Base membership. Greenhorn will also be screening the films of two runners-up, who will receive a pair of complimentary tickets to their screening and a free Production Base membership.
We are looking for a well-made short film by a first-time, or early career, filmmaker that stands out as having an original voice, and possibly a quirky angle.
It’s time for all you brilliant short filmmakers to get submitting your films! It’s free to submit and we accept films of any genre as long as they are under 15 minutes in length.
The submissions are open until the 12th September.
After three glorious years at the fabulous New Diorama Theatre Greenhorn is upping sticks to the newly opened At House Crouch End Cinema.
Here’s what Art House Crouch End have to say!
The former Salvation Army Hall (Music Palace) in Crouch End, North London has been transformed into a dynamic new cultural venue that will tear down the perceived fourth wall between genres of Art that currently exist in isolation, confined to their own specific buildings. By challenging the status quo that divides our cultural landscape, we hope to attract a mixed audience where class, race, gender, sexuality and religion can be celebrated and discussed in an open minded, creative atmosphere. We aim to develop new and classic works that reflect the multi-cultural and multi-faceted nature of city life. We are committed to collaborating with actors, writers, directors, filmmakers and investors from the vast array of diversity that reflect our lives and our communities.
By mixing the world of film, fine art, live music, discussion groups, theatre, live streaming, workshops, dance, comedy and whatever else that inspires, we strive to create a unique hub in North London for both Artists to feel at home in and lovers of art to be thoroughly entertained in.
We got fabulous feedback from last year’s festivals’ audience-members and participants, here are just a few of the lovely things that were said…
‘Greenhorn presents a meeting place and merging forum for ideas and creativity.’
‘Variety, surprise, experimentation!’
‘Completely unexpected and brilliant evening.’
Read Benn Veasey‘s review of the Greenhorn 2013 here.
We’re just getting our breath back after a fabulous Greenhorn 2013! What a fantastic Festival we had this year. A big thank you to everyone who took part and came along: Chocolate Films, our fabulous panel, fantastic filmmakers, Ear Cinema, The Cabinet of Living Cinema, Whirlygig Cinema, all our Triceratops Champions and our tireless volunteers! We couldn’t have done it without you.
Check out our to patron Mike Leigh modelling our merchandise!