Judges have announced the shortlist of 15 finalists for Northamptonshire’s biggest film competition.
Film Northants 2014, now in its seventh year, received a number of short film entries in both the under 16s and over 16s categories.
The shortlisted films will be screened at the Errol Flynn Flimhouse on September 1 and 2, with the winners of the over 16s category to be decided by public vote.
Lily Canter, Film Northants chair, said: “This year the standard has surprised us yet
again with its quality and diversity and, as always, the judges had many disagreements over which films to shortlist. If these films can cause so many friendly arguments among our judging panel, you know they are pretty good.
“I think the public are really going to love watching them and seeing the talent our county is home to. I won’t say people will find it easy to choose, but I can guarantee they will enjoy trying.”
To vote, visit filmnorthants.co.uk. Voting closes on August 20 at midnight.
The Over 16s films up for the Public Vote are:
Beneath the Wormwood Trees
Nine Under 16s films have also been shortlisted and the judges will decide the winner and runner-up of this category. The finalists are:
Any Gun Can Play
Alien Error 2
Nian the Monster
Day at the Beach
Bananas and Purses