It's been a big day at BWM HQ, as our two feature scripts in development, Becoming and The Kin, both received notification of new festival selections. The Kin is a quarter-finalist at The Monthly Film Festival (TMFF) for the October-November round of Screenplay contest. TMFF is based out of Glasgow and has been named by ShortFilm Connection "probably… Continue reading Festival Updates: “Becoming” and “The Kin” both Official Selection today.
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"Becoming" has been announced as Official Selection for Crash Landed in Oklahoma, USA. Crash Landed is "a platform for filmmakers, writers, artists and scientists to speak and exchange ideas" (crash-landed.com). Huge congratulations to screenwriter, Jessie Kirby, on another festival selection. For information on "Becoming", "The Kin" or "For Summer", please email: email@example.com or get in… Continue reading Oklahoma Selection for “Becoming”
More great news for Brickworks Media's feature film scripts in development, with The Kin announced as Official Selection for the Independent Talents International Film Festival. The Kin follows Harper Bell, a private investigator who infiltrates a cult, only to find that she has inadvertently boarded a doomsday vessel bound for outer space. Writers are Kirsten Stoddart… Continue reading “The Kin” announced as Official Selection for Independent Talents International Film Festival
We have launched the brand new official trailer for For Summer, our indie horror short, coming soon (2018). https://youtu.be/lZHGKokyNQs For Summer is expected to be completed in early November 2018. For more information, please contact us.
Brickworks Media's own feature film script in development has been announced as Official Selection at the Oregon Scream Week film and script festival. "Becoming" is a funny, classic horror film with a feminist twist, featuring a cast of female characters and all the blood, guts and glory one might expect from the horror genre. This… Continue reading “Becoming” is becoming a festival favourite.
It's been a busy few weeks over here at HQ with two of our original screenplays receiving wins at prestigious film festivals.
Following its selection at festivals including Austin After Dark and Oaxaca's Global Script Challenge, Kirsten Stoddart's Don't Run has been announced as Official Selection at the 2019 Horror Films in Hotlanta festival in Georgia, USA. "Horror Films in Hotlanta, is a horror film festival in Atlanta, Georgia. This annual event showcases horror films from around the… Continue reading Don’t Run – Official Selection at Horror Films in Hotlanta.
Both Becoming and Don't Run have been included in the Oaxaca Film Festival's Global Script Challenge lineup. Becoming has been honoured as a Finalist while Don't Run has been announced as Official Selection in the 'Blockbuster' screenplay category. Becoming (written by Jessie Kirby) has enjoyed a spectacular festival run receiving Best Screenplay awards at CrashLanded and the Annual CPH Film Festival, and being named Finalist at… Continue reading Oaxaca Film Festival: TWO original screenplays from Brickworks Media counted among Official Selection.
Another nod for BWM's sci-fi feature script, The Kin, which was announced as a Quarter-Finalist for Feature Script at the Script and Storyboard Showcase in Los Angeles, California. The Kin is written by Kirsten Stoddart and Jessie Kirby. For more information, click here, and contact us to be involved.
Brickworks Media's latest feature script in development, Don't Run, is the winner of the Best Horror Screenplay award at the Olympus Film Festival in Los Angeles, California. Don't Run is a sci-fi horror set in the near future when an extraterrestrial race takes over the Earth in a bid to save it from itself. Resistance… Continue reading “Don’t Run” at the Olympus Film Festival, Los Angeles
We've been quiet but we do have some exciting updates from BWM HQ! On Saturday night, BECOMING won the Best Screenplay award at the Annual Copenhagen Film Festival in Denmark. We had a great time at the festival and want to thank them for making us so welcome. This was a great festival to be part of.… Continue reading A WIN for “Becoming” and more news from Brickworks Media.
This week both The Kin and Becoming have received new accolades and selections in screenplay contests. The Kin was announced as Official Selection at the Prisma Rome Independent Film Awards in Italy, while Becoming has been announced as a Screenplay Finalist at the Twister Alley Film Festival in Oklahoma. Both screenplays are original works in development with Brickworks Media. For more information,… Continue reading “THE KIN” and “BECOMING” in new announcements
Brickworks Media's feature script in development, THE KIN, has been announced as Official Selection at the IndieVision Film Festival. Written by Kirsten Stoddart and Jessie Kirby, THE KIN tells the story of private investigator, Harper Bell, who is hired to extract an elderly couple’s son, Adam, from a new-age self-help cult. Harper manages to infiltrate the… Continue reading Festival Selection for “The Kin”
Brickworks Media's original feature script in development, Becoming, has been named Best Screenplay at the CrashLanded Independent Film, Science & Fiction Festival for 2019. This marks the latest accolade for this feminist vampire feature script which is now in development. For more news on Brickworks Media's developing and completed projects, follow us on Facebook, Twitter and… Continue reading “Becoming” is named BEST SCREENPLAY at CrashLanded Film Festival
Brickworks Media's acclaimed horror short, For Summer, has had an excellent week on the festival circuit. The Indie Short Fest awarded For Summer its prize for Best Women Short, marking a proud moment for us as a women-led and women-focused company. In other festival news, For Summer is Official Selection at the Videoscream International Film Festival based in… Continue reading “For Summer” in further festival nods