The Bicycle Thief has now been selected for 2 BAFTA approved film festivals making it eligible for BAFTA consideration. A MASSIVE well done to every single cast & crew member who made this possible and a very BIG thank you to all of our wonderful supporters. Go team Bicycle Thief!
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The Bicycle Thief will screen in competition as part of the East Anglian Shorts programme at this wonderful BAFTA and BIFA qualifying Festival.
The Pittsburgh Shorts film festival presents the best contemporary short films from around the globe, highlighting films that promote innovative visual storytelling and cultural tolerance.
FilmBath’s mission is to champion and showcase diversity on screen and behind the camera to as widely inclusive an audience as possible, and to inspire exhibitors to programme more diverse films both in the UK and beyond. We are delighted that The Bicycle Thief will be a part of this year’s programme.
Delighted to be screening ‘The Bicycle Thief’ at the highly selective Stony Brook Film Festival in New York. Out of 2,500 submissions only 36 films were chosen for this years festival, 16 of them are shorts and 1 of those is The Bicycle Thief.
This festival seeks to empower women by creating a space for women’s voices & stories. Profits from the festival go to fund UN Women’s life-changing global programs and initiatives. We are very proud to be a part of such a great festival.
The WFTV Mentoring Scheme is a programme designed for women who have more than five years’ experience working in film, TV or digital production and are looking to take a significant step in their career.
The scheme runs for six months, during which time participants receive six hours of mentoring contact with an experienced industry figure and an intensive programme of exclusive seminars, training workshops and networking opportunities.
We are delighted to announce that Common People has been nominated for the St Louis Film Critics Joe Pollack Award for Best Narrative Feature at this years St Louis International Film Festival.