THE SECOND LONDON INDIE FILM FESTIVAL ENDED IN LONDON

The second LONDON INDIE FILM FESTIVAL ended on September 20 in London, UK. It was held at the Benihana Chelsea managed by Sono Scott and Mamoru Shoda.

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Sono Scott delivered an opening speech, and then followed the showing of the films featured in the competition programme:

The Call by Alban Ravassard
Cretins by Eduardo Moyano
Once upon a dream by Anthony Nion
The Offer by Winnifred Jong
Bertie the Elephant by Chris Turner / Zak Boxall
DOUBLE A by John Merizalde
GEIST by Alex Sherwood, Ben Harper and Sean Mullen
Closet Space by David F. Sandberg
MAN IN PHONE by Mackenzie Sheppard
Chivalry is Dead by Renos Kontaris
Cocktail by Joel Wilson
See Something Scream Something by Justin Michael Terry (Finalist | Screenwriting Contest)
Admiral Lord Nelson by Michael Rights (Finalist | Screenwriting Contest)
BEYOND by Raphael Rogers
Pale Moonlight by Danny Farber
Gorilla by Tibo Pinsard
Mr.Dentonn by Ivan Villamel Sanchez
WHO’S IN THE FRIDGE? by Philippe Lamensch
WAIT by Audrey O’Reilly
The Good Father by Marek Ryszard Dojs
Scarlet Anemone by Andrea De Taddeo
Burn Like the Sun by Jackson Garg

We are happy to have worked with all filmmakers and grateful for their high quality creative works. Your films really trigger emotions and make people think!

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Filmmakers and critics from all over the world were among the second season jury. It was these people that chose such high quality films for the festival programme:

Roberto Jabor
Alex Cassun
Fabrizio Gammardella
Ileana Andrea Gómez Gavinoser
Marko Kacanski

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We would like to express our gratitude to the managers Sono Scott and Mamoru Shoda, for professional organization of the event, and to the Benihana Chelsea for providing a place for screening.

We would also like to thank all guests and filmmakers for participation in our film festival. We will be happy to see you when the next season comes!