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Film London reveals Microwave shortlist

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Film London reveals Microwave shortlist

Film London and BBC Films have revealed the 12 features that are shortlisted for their Microwave low budget filmmaking scheme.

This year, the shortlisted teams will attend Micro-school - a four-day crash course in micro-budget filmmaking where they’ll gain the benefit of their mentors’ experience.

The shortlist:

Benefield
Produced by Trent Simpson and Ally Gipps; written by Ross Sutherland and Chris Hicks; directed by Kim Albright;

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Cornered
Produced by Bruce Robertson; written and directed by Jim Cartwright

Death of a Pirate
Produced by Lisa Williams; written and directed by John Hardwick

Gone Too Far
Produced by Christopher Granier-Deferre; written by Bola Agbaje; directed by Destiny Ekaragha

Kingsland
Produced by Michael Elliott; written and directed by Tony Grisoni

Lies Fibs Porkies
Produced by Jessica Levick; written by Andrew Callister; directed by Samantha Harrie

Lilting
Produced by Dominic Buchanan; written and directed by Hong Khaou

Night Haunts
Produced by Nicole Stott; written and directed by Eva Weber

Panic Buddy
Produced by Tom Leggett; written by Duncan Barrett; directed by Robert Mckillop

The Carer
Produced by Asif Kapadia; written and directed by Victoria Harwood

The Secret of Jean Baptiste
Produced by Rob Watson; written by Gabriel Vallejo; directed by Nicole Volavka

White City
Produced by Ian Prior ; written by Martin Stitt; directed by Aaron Anderson

The mentors are: Al Clark (London to Brighton [+see also:
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), Clio Barnard (The Arbor [+see also:
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), Colin Pons (Hush [+see also:
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), Jane Wright (Easy Virtue [+see also:
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), Jay Basu (Monsters 2), Josh Appignanesi ( The Infidel [+see also:
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), Kate Leys (The Full Monty), Pete Travis (Dredd) and Peter Ettedgui (Unmade Beds [+see also:
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).

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