1.4 launches inaugural show celebrating directing talent in short-form films
Self-funded media project 1.4 is launching its inaugural 1.4 Show this autumn in London to promote directing talent in short-form filmmaking. The 1.4 Show will have no categories or judging panels, but will simply showcase great shorts at Shoreditch Studios on 17 September.
The 1.4 project is curated by Lyndy Stout and has high-profile followers from the likes of boutique agency Watermill, who is sponsoring the 1.4 Show with content makers Furlined, Caviar, Landia and The Mill +.
“I love the idea of the 1.4 Show,” says Bertie Miller, a Founding Partner at Watermill: “At last a show that awards brilliance with no agenda. There's no jury reaching a compromise, no interested parties looking out for each other and it's not a money-making machine, just Lyndy's infectious enthusiasm for emerging talent. She encourages us to look at fresh work every day and keep taking risks. I wish the 1.4 Show every success.”
The aim of the 1.4 Show is to find new directors from around the world who have made a film of less than five minutes in the last year. On the night there’ll be food and drink, music and lots of networking opportunities.
To submit your short film click here.
To buy tickets to the party click here.
For more information click here.
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