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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! Read more

Mike Leigh – Greenhorn’s Patron

We are excited to announce that Mike Leigh has just become Greenhorn's Patron. He will be opening our screening event on Sunday 6 October and presenting our Young Greenhorn Film Award winner their certificate. Mike Leigh says of Greenhorn Short Film Festival: Greenhorn is stimulating, original, healthily anarchic and sharp as a row of needles. In short, a breath of fresh air. Book tickets for Greenhorn Short Festival 2013 soon to avoid disappointment! Read more

The Full 2013 Programme

We are very excited to be able to release the full programme for our 2013 festival. All movies you can watch on Go check it out and start booking your tickets for our super events! 2013 Programme Read more

Kickstarter Launch!

We have just launched our Kickstarter campaign and need your help spreading the word! Kickstarter - Greenhorn 2013 Greenhorn’s ethos is to keep the festival accessible for filmmakers and audience members alike. It is completely free for filmmakers to submit to Greenhorn and ticket prices for events are kept affordable. We are a self-funded non profit organisation on the cusp of expansion, however to enable us to maintain the current quality of programming as well as making bold programming choices we need your ... Read more

One-On-One Scriptwriting Consulations

We are now accepting submissions for our FREE one-on-one Scriptwriting consultations on Sunday 6th October. These sessions will be very kindly run by London Film School's MA Scriptwriting tutor Jonathan Hourigan, who is a graduate of Oxford University and the National Film and Television School. He has also been assistant to Robert Bresson on L'Argent and is a writer, director, script consultant and teacher. Early-career scriptwriters will have the opportunity to gain valuable and constructive feedback on their scripts. This can be a ... Read more

Young Greenhorn Film Award 2013

We are super excited to announce the opening of our submissions for the Young Greenhorn Film Award 2013 (in partnership with Ideas Tap), open to talented filmmakers aged between 16-25. One IdeasTap member will win the chance to have their short film screened at this year’s festival. Along with two access all areas passes to the festival and a feature on Ideas Tap. It's easy to submit, just sign-up as to become an Ideas Tap member (it's free!) and you can apply ... Read more

Greenhorn Submissions Open

Submissions for Greenhorn 2013 are now open! We accept films from all genres, including (but not limited to): Documentary, Artist Moving Image, Drama/Fiction, Animation, Music Video, Comedy, Sci-Fi, Thriller and anything else you can think of! To find out more about submissions click here. Read more

Ideas Tap

Greenhorn is super excited to announce that we are now part of Idea Tap's Creative Space Programme! We will be working from IdeasTap HQ to bring you this year’s jam-packed festival. Watch this space for news of upcoming briefs and opportunities... Get Involved Read more

Short Sighted Cinema

Greenhorn loves Short Sighted Cinema: a new hub dedicated to raising the profile of short films. Check out their website for short film news, reviews and listings. They also welcome new contributors so this could be the perfect forum to air your short film views, whether they be short sighted or not. Read more

Kevin Maynard’s Wildlife Now Online

Shortlisted for Greenhorn 2012, Kevin Maynard’s surreal gem of a film Wildlife is now available online. If you missed it at last year’s festival you can now catch it here. If you fill your house with animals don’t be surprised when there’s blood in the bathtub.   Read more
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