WE WON!   BEST HORROR SHORT 2016!   Berlin Short Film Festival 2016

Screen Shot 2016-04-11 at 14.32.30WIFTV announce UK award-winners in their newsletter  www.wiftv.org

WOW!  The Bermuda International Film Festival’s Special Jury Prize for Best Director – How to be a Villain, Helen O’Hanlon,  “for an ambitious short that playfully combines a complex aesthetic style with a tight narrative, excellent performance and impressive technical skill, to make an original, entertaining film.”   –   I cannot thank the BIFF jury more for this incredible award.  Simply amazing. Click here to watch the BIFF TRAILER

WE WON!!!!  BEST SHORT, BEST ACTOR and the FORRY ACKERMAN IMAGI-MOVIE AWARD (aka Best in Fest!!) at SILVER SCREAM & COMIC FESTIVAL 2016.  What honours!!! Congratulations to Terence & all our cast and crew.  HUGE thanks to the magnificent team at #silverscreamfest for making us a part of your history!

TV NEWS CLIP   The 53rd New York Film Festival was nothing short of sensational for Villain, with 2 sell out screenings, excellent reviews (see below) and being featured on the NY1 news.  Click here to see Villain take NY:  VILLAIN_NY

BIFF – The Bermuda International Film Festival has selected VILLAIN to be one of the 15 shorts screened at this year’s festival! An Academy Award qualifying festival, hailed for its “curatorial flair and all-star-game philosophy”, we are extremely proud to be part of BIFF’s line up this year – CLICK TO WATCH THE BIFF 2016 TRAILER

SILVER SCREAM FILM & COMIC FESTIVAL:  We’re incredibly excited to announce our selection for this brand new awards based festival, with its mission to find the next great genre filmmakers and share their creations with the world!  Festival highlights include a 35th Anniversary screening of ‘American Werewolf in London’ & 85th anniversary of ‘Dracula’ in the company of John Landis and Bela Lugosi Jnr.   Villain will be there.

SHIVERS 2015   Villain delighted audiences at the inaugural SHIVERS Film Festival in Germany, being screening alongside the original 35mm of James Whale’s FRANKENSTEIN.  An incredible honour for our film not least to be part of an exciting new festival run by people who love, live and breathe cinema. www.zebra-kino.de