Welcome to the Nokia Shorts Weekender Closing Party and Awards Showcase
EIFF invites you to the Nokia Shorts Weekender Closing Party and Awards Showcase to enjoy the screening of this exciting event, support the filmmakers, and celebrate until the early hours
Over 600 filmmakers pitched their ideas to Nokia Shorts 2011. From documentary and comedy to post-apocalyptic westerns, the ideas poured in! From all the pitches that came in eight were shortlisted, the filmmakers were then each given £5,000 and two Nokia N8s to produce their vision.
This Saturday the results will be premiered in the debating hall at Teviot where one winner will be chosen by a judging panel and walk away with a £10,000 grand prize!
EIFF invites you to the Nokia Shorts Weekender Closing Party and Awards Showcase to enjoy the screening of this exciting event, support the filmmakers, and celebrate until the early hours.
Come along to the biggest party in Edinburgh this weekend! Apply to be added to the guestlist by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with your name in the subject line. You'll receive email confirmation, and upon entry to the screening you'll be presented with a pass to attend the party.
Nokia Shorts 2011 - The Final Eight
Splitscreen: A Love Story - James Griffiths
Pearls - Jason Van Genderen
The Adventures of a Cardboard Box - Temujin Doran
The Rider - Josh Brooks
Thunk in Public - Ryan Maples
Daniel - Aurora Fearnley
Sand - Jo Marcantonio
Homecoming - Teemu Nikki
Vice Presents: Nokia Weekender Closing Night Party
Saturday 25 June
Doors 7:45pm - 1:30am (If you do not arrive for the screening you will not be allowed entry to the closing night party)
Sons and Daughters - //Domino Records LIVE
Summer Camp LIVE
Spencer and Goodhand (Numbers) DJ
Nokia N8 Greatest Movie Moments -Ben +Lewis AV Dolby Anol DJ
Complimentary drinks tokens on arrival.
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