Final Cut Heads to BFI
with Two Shorts!

BFI London Film Festival is on! And Final Cut is representing with two shortfilms in the festival – ‘Work‘ from director Aneil Karia edited by our own Amanda James with sound design by Patch Rowland, and ‘Wren Boys‘ directed by Harry Lighton with sound design by Final Cut Sound‘s Fred Pearson!

‘Work’, edited by James, tells the story of a 17-year-old dancer attempting to contain her growing contempt towards an unjust world, and is part of BFI’s ‘Heading for that Adult Crash‘ programme. For more information and to buy tickets for screenings on 10 October or 13 October head here.

‘Wren Boys’, with sound design by Final Cut Sound’s Fred Pearson, a part of BFI’s ‘London Calling’ programme, tells the story of a Catholic priest from Cork who drives his nephew to prison on the day after Christmas.

The film has been nominated for Best Short Film at this year’s BFI London Film Festival. It’s the only short film to have ever been selected from the London Calling programme and considered for the short film prize from all international entrants.

For more information and to buy tickets for screenings on 10 October or 13 October head here.