Nest of Stone at Encounters Film Festival 2014


Nest of Stone”  has been selected to screen in competition as part of Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival 2014 and it is eligible for the Encounters Grand Prix Award and may also be eligible for other awards It allows the film to participate for the BAFTAs, the Oscars®, the European Film Awards and the Cartoon d’Or.

Nest of Stone”  will be screened during the festival as part of ANI 1-The Sands of Time at the following time: 12:00, Wednesday 17th September 2014 with Q&A session every afternoon at 16:30 on the same day

Tickets and passes can be bought here

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The full programme will be screened at Watershed in Bristol (16-21 September 2014), with the awards being announced during our Awards Ceremony on Saturday 20 September.

Encounters Festival is the UK’s leading short film and animation festival, and the annual meeting place for filmmakers and industry professionals. Based in Bristol, UK, Encounters runs a six day festival in September and its main venues are Watershed and Arnolfini, on Bristol’s scenic Harbourside.

Encounters Festival is the leading UK gateway to the world’s most prestigious short film and animation awards, and nominated filmmakers qualify for the BAFTAs, the Oscars®, the European Film Awards and the Cartoon d’Or.

Encounters Festival presents an annual International Competition showing the best new short and animated films from around the world, an Industry Forum offering masterclasses, panels and networking for filmmakers and professionals and an inspiring festival programme of screenings and events for everyone to enjoy.

So whether you are a filmmaker looking to launch or develop your career, an Industry professional wanting to stay abreast of what’s new or you are a film lover and want to soak up the festival atmosphere by watching great films and special events, check out our online programme to find out what’s happening at Encounters Festival 2014.

In 2014 Encounters Festival celebrates 20 years as the UK’s leading short film and animation festival, presenting 20/20: Looking back to look forward.

20/20 Looking back to look forward connects the past to the future, presenting a special anniversary celebration of unmissable films, live performances, radical debates and forward thinking visions in sound and image.