Common Ground is today (29 June 2013) in competition for the Silver Castle at FEST 2013 in Espinho, Portugal.
Fingers crossed that the film meets a good reaction and that it acquits itself well in competition.
The film was made for a mere £500. To get this far is a wonderful achievement.
Well done all who made Common Ground.
And if you happen to be in or near Espinho, please go along to support the film…!
Common Ground competes for the Silver Castle at FEST 2013 today!
Common Ground is today (29 June 2013) being screened at FEST in Espinho, Portugal.
The film, which was made for a mere £500, is today in competition for the Silver Castle (Castelo de Prata).
Fingers crossed! And if you are in Portugal, specifically Espinho, please go along!
Common Ground has been accepted into FEST 2013, Portugal’s most up-and-coming film festival.
The film is one of ten features in competition and it will be screened on Saturday 29 June in the Casino de Espinho.
Here is the trailer on the festival’s YouTube channel:
The festival takes place in Espinho, Portugal, and runs from 24 June to 1 July.
The festival also includes Training Ground, which is a series of masterclasses offered by leading professionals from the film world.
Speakers this year include Oscar-winning actress Melissa Leo (The Fighter), British director Peter Webber (The Girl with the Pearl Earring), DOP Christian Berger (Caché), editor Tariq Anwar (American Beauty, The King’s Speech), director Scandar Copti (Ajami), production designer Stephen Altman (Gosford Park), screenwriter LM Kit Carson (Paris, Texas), actress Marika Green (Pickpocket), Variety film critic Martin Dale, and distributor Saul Rafael (Lusomundo).
We are honoured to have been selected for the festival – and are keeping our fingers crossed for the competition!