Watch the interview with director Adam Nelson and actor Graham Cawte that took place after the screening of Little Pieces at the Dorking Halls in Surrey on Saturday 17 October 2015.
Watch the Short Filmmakers Panel at the Dorking Film Festival that took place at the Dorking Halls in Dorking, Surrey on Saturday 17 October 2015. Panellists include Tom Fordham, Jack Allum and Leah Thorn.
Image from Petite Mort screening in UK Adult Short Film Competition
Send us your poster ideas!
The Dorking Film Festival is asking young residents of Dorking and Surrey to create the artwork for the poster for the festival. Young adults, up to and including the age of 18, are invited to submit their design. The selected winning artwork will then be printed and promoted during the Dorking Film Festival.
Artwork should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or sent by post to:
Dorking Film Festival
50 Reaver House
12 East Street
Entries should be sent no later than Friday 2 October 2015. The winning artwork will be selected shortly thereafter. Shortlisted entries will be displayed on the festival website and at the festival.
Submissions are now closed for the first Dorking Film Festival.
Thank you to everyone who took the time to send us their masterworks! We have had an overwhelming response.
We are now going to spend the next month watching everything. Then we will argue among ourselves to try and decide which films to actually show.
Submissions are now open for the first Dorking Film Festival taking place on Saturday 17 October 2015.
We are accepting short films that are 30 minutes or less in two categories: adults and juniors. All submitted films should have been completed in either 2014 or 2015 and have been made by filmmakers resident in the United Kingdom.
We fancy showing a few films that you might not normally see at your local multiplex. So we’re putting a film festival on in Dorking in October 2015.
If that appeals please do come along!
The plan is to show a programme of films during the afternoon and evening on Saturday 17 October during the Mole Valley Arts Alive Festival. We will be putting together the selection of films over the coming months leading up to the event.
However, the running order will include two selections of British short films: those from grown-ups and children. If you are interested in submitting a film for either of this sessions please check out the submissions page.