Vending machine love affairs. Puffer fish-eating businessmen. Japanese Doctor Who.
No, this isn’t a list of (really great) band names. It’s just a sample of some of the delights awaiting the lucky audience of our It Came From Japan screening on the 12th November, held in collaboration with our partner Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia!
SSFF & ASIA is a brand dedicated to the creation of film culture and the fostering of a worldwide creative community through talks, seminars and interviews, working with various companies and organisations and finding ways to monetise and promote short film. We’re proud to be partnering with such a strong advocate of new filmmaking talent!
So come on down to the ArtHouse Crouch End on the 12th November, and in return we promise you a weird and wonderful evening of Japanese-inspired creativity not to be forgotten!
Tickets available via the ArtHouse Crouch End Box OfficeRead more
Greenhorn Short Film Festival is seeking a photographer to help us capture a few of our key events for 2015 and enthusiastic Festival Volunteers who are keen to gain experience in an exciting film festival environment. Volunteers are needed to help particularly in the front of house and ushering areas. It’s a unique opportunity to network and meet people working within the film industry, while providing an understanding of festival production.
To apply for either role, please go to out Current Vacancies page.Read more
Attention all aspiring filmmakers! Your diary better be empty for Saturday 14th November, because we have something exciting for you to fill it with: a chance to get up close and personal with film professionals at our very own Industry Day!
Held in collaboration with London Film Academy the Industry Day is perfect for emerging filmmakers who want to get an overview on how to produce their own shorts, from pre-production all the way through to distribution. London Film Academy, whose courses offer extensive hands-on experience in the six key disciplines of directing, editing, screenwriting, producing, cinematography and sound, will be offering a workshop as part of a string of industry events taking place at the thriving cultural hub that is The Proud Archivist.
A stimulating day of meeting peers and industry professionals in a friendly, creative environment – who could ask for more!Read more
It is here: the fifth edition of Greenhorn Short Film Festival in all it’s sparkling glory!
We are so excited to be celebrating our fifth birthday and invite you to join us for a jam packed programme of screenings, panel discussions, workshops, live events and networking over five days across three exciting London venues. Our hub remains ArtHouse Crouch End, winner of Time Out Best Cinema 2014, where we will be bringing you some Japanese gems in our It Came From Japan screening; taking you on a journey into the bizarre in Strange World and returning to our old favourite the Greenhorn Selection. This year also sees some exciting collaborations with Bertha DocHouse at their stunning Curzon Bloomsbury screen for our I Am What I Am short documentary screening and London Film Academy for our Industry Day at The Proud Archivist. But that is not all! For those who dare to venture out of Friday 13, our Laughter Live event will see a selection of dark and surreal comedy shorts followed by live stand up. Clear your diaries for 11-15 November it is going to be a cinematic roller-coaster ride of film based emotion.Read more
Great news aspiring filmmakers, Greenhorn is joining forces with London Film Academy for our Industry Day on Saturday 14 November. London Film Academy’s courses offer extensive hands-on experience in the six key disciplines of filmmaking: directing, editing, screenwriting, producing, cinematography and sound. For Greenhorn 2015 they will be offering a workshop focusing on the producing side. This will be perfect for emerging filmmakers who want to get an overview on how to produce their own shorts from pre-production all the way through to distribution. The workshop will be just part of a string of industry events taking place at the thriving cultural hub that is Hackney’s Proud Archivist. It promises to be a stimulating day allowing filmmakers to meet peers and industry professionals in a friendly environment.Read more