Film Guide for Portsmouth Film Festival now available

The Film guide for the Portsmouth International Film Festival, where The Hunting of the Snark plays of Friday, is now available online. The Snark is nominated for two awards: “Best Animated Feature” and “Best Sound Design in an Animation” and will be playing on screen one at the University. read more

Films nominated for Maverick Movie awards

Five nominations for Snark and one for Mono from Maverick Movie awards

The Hunting of the Snark has been nominated in five categories by the Maverick Movie Awards, these are Best Animation,Best Director, Best Editing, Best Music and Special Achievement in Art Direction and Set Design, shared by Saranne Bensusan and Chris Wright. read more

Porstmouth Film Festival

Snark screening at Portsmouth Film Festival annouced for Friday 23rd

The Screening of The Hunting of the Snark at the  Portsmouth International Film Festival has been announced for Friday the 23rd of September and will take place on Screen one, which is located at The Eldon Building at The University of Portsmouth (PO1 2DJ). The Snark has been nominated in two categories, “Best animated feature” and “Sound Design in an Animation” and the screenings at the University are free for Students to attend. read more

Selecciòn Oficial Tenebra

Nicola’s Shedim make Selecciòn Oficial at Tenebra Film Fest in Guadlajara

we are delighted to announce that our mirco-short Nicola’s Shedim has been selected for the Tenebra Film Fest in October in Guadlajara. The film that was written and produced by Saranne Bensusan will be part of the  Selecciòn Oficial when the festival takes place next month. read more

Ayr International Short Film Festival

Mano a Mono selected for Ayr International Short Film Festival

Mano a Mono has been selected for the Ayr International Short Film Festival in Western Scotland later this Month. The film starring Tom Bonington and Sharon Lawrence has already done well on the festival circuit being selected for numerous festivals and picking up awards. read more

How to improve to quality of your no-funded film

Improving the quality of your non-funded film

Improving the quality of your non-funded film

Written by Saranne Bensusan

I am a writer/producer/director who has produced 13 films in total, including 10 short films and three feature films. In the 2015/2016 year (starting at Cannes in May 2015) I have had 15 international film festival screenings of my work, with two short films being selected at Carmarthen Bay Film Festival in May 2016 and May 2017 (a BAFTA Cymru qualifying festival) and ‘The Hunting of the Snark’ being screened as part of the Toronto Film Week, which runs alongside the Toronto Film Festival in September. I have also picked up six awards at festivals in that time. read more

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