Twickenham Alive Film Festival 2015
Awards & Screening Ceremony 2015
The Awards & Screening Ceremony took place on Friday 12th June 2015
The following films were screened
TWICKENHAM JAZZ CLUB SKETCHBOOK
Running time 2’ 35”
Artist Alban Low has spent the past two years sketching at the world class Twickenham Jazz Club. Here he opens up his sketchbook revealing 30 living and exciting drawings that reflect the music and the club itself.
CATEGORY: WHERE I LIVE
Teddington and Hampton Wick Voluntary Care Group
Running time 4’ 7”
A short video showing the work of the Teddington and Hampton Wick Care Group.
CATEGORY: WHERE I LIVE
Running Time 1” 52”
For months I lived in Canada, people always asked “what is your favourite part of Banff?”, and I was never sure how to answer. The obvious ones are the skiing … the air, the walks, the beers … but honestly? I am not sure what was my favourite part. I never felt more at peace than in the dark.
This film was a collaborative production between 12 young people aged 15-16 from Westfield Arts College and guided by professional filmmakers at My Pockets.
THE BOY WHO STAYED IN
Running Time 02’ 38”
Steve is scared of the world. He views the world through his letterbox.
THE PHANTOM FRAMER
Running Time: 3’ 18”
There is a vandal loose in idyllic Teddington … or is there?
This film was a collaborative production between a group of 10 young people aged 14-15 from Bristol Hospital Education Service and guided by professional filmmakers at Devious Films.
REAL JUNK FOOD
Running time 05’ 37”
The Skipchen Café in Bristol uses donated food that would otherwise be thrown away.
LIVING WITH THE CUBS
Running time 10’
Observational documentary following the England students Rugby Team travelling to France to take on the French students in an April 2015 Tri-Nations match.
CATEGORY: INTERNATIONAL (LA, California): COMEDY
GAMES PEOPLE PLAY
Running time 7’ 57”
A married couple vows never to speak another cross word.
CATEGORY: WHERE I LIVE: MOCKUMENTARY
This film was a collaborative production between a group of 8 young people aged 14-16 from the CSS Heybridge and guided by professional filmmakers at the Signals Media Arts Centre.
Running time 04’ 03”
Bleep town is a mockumentary of Maldo in Essex. A middle class town on the Blackwater Estuary. The film is produced in the style of an old British tourist information film, presenting fictional attractions and facts about the town in a humorous documentary style.
CATEGORY: SPORT (ADVENTURE)
Running Time: 3’ 36”
A short film about becoming anyone you want to be.
The Premier of a film about the rise of Brentford Football Club. Too long to qualify for the festival this film will be of interest to fans.