Hothouse Theatre's
Nottingham Film Festival

Results

 On Sunday 8th July, as part of the 5th Bulwell Arts Festival, the films selected from over 1,000 entries for this years final of Hothouse Theatre's Nottingham Film Festival, were shown in front of an appreciative audience.

As is usual with Hothouse Theatre's film festival, the audience weren't just there to watch the films, they were there to vote for their favourites and to choose the winners in each category.

The films were shown in 3 selections. Each selection had 10 films from each of 8 categories. Each selection had 2 fictional and 2 young person's film and one of each of the rest.

The audience could vote for as many films as they wished and a percentage score was given to each film in each selection. The winners of each category were the ones who got the highest percentage score.

We have merely put the films in the order of their scores.

Advert or Trailer

 1st
Deaffest 2017 Promo
Jack Smallwood
Zebra Uno Ltd/Zebra Access
Wolverhampton

2nd Diamond in a Box - Lewis Carter & Kristian Kane - Fine Rolling Media & The Diamond Centre Wales
3rd Open Bridges Trailer - Rich & Lou Duffy-Howard - Yorkshire

Animated Film

 1st
Face Value
Chris Plimmer
York

2nd Overactive Imagination - Gemma Bright - Ilkeston
3rd Jumbled Up - Isabella Spadone - U. S. A.

Artistic Film

 1st
EACH ONE ANOTHER
Hiroshi Wakamatshu
Belgium

2nd Inemuri - Mamun Humayun - Harrow
3rd Somewhere Else - Scottshak - India

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Factual Film

 1st
Sticks & Feathers
Thomas Griffiths
Wales

2nd The Bag o’ Nails - Edwin Miles - Worcestershire
3rd Uncover India - Olivia Jordan - Cambridge

Fictional Film

 1st
DUPLICITY
Florrie Priest
Essex

2nd Para-Hysteria - Stuart Welbourn - Ilkeston
2nd The Death of the Author - Federica Pacifico - France
4th Selfie - Geoff Harmer - Basingstoke
5th Dream - Helen Lewis - York
6th LOOSE END - EUGIN - India

Foreign Language Film

 1st
Am I pretty enough?
Ida Langrind
Noway

2nd Far From Home - Burak Kum - Turkey
3rd DEVIL’S REFLECTION - Fernando Perezgil - México

Music Film

 1st
Brainstorm
Dana Burtin and Dom Mann
U. S. A.

2nd Haze - Juan Fortea - Spain
3rd No Fly Zone - Annemarie Libbers - Amsterdam

Young Person's Film

 1st
INDIGO
IGNACIO RODÓ
Spain

2nd The Tragic Tale of Beyonce's Sister - Lenton Film Club - Nottingham
3rd The Wizard Film - The Brickyard Film Club - Nottingham
4th Cooler Yule - The Brickyard Film Club - Nottingham
5th The Brickyard Clown - The Brickyard Film Club
6th Boot - Ryan Ogden - Tyne and Wear

The Judges also selected an over all best film from the winners of the 8 categories.

This year's Best Film is Duplicity.

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