Phillips' film picks up multiple gongs

Posted Tuesday 21 Jan 2020

Phillips' film picks up multiple gongs

A big congratulations to April Phillips (pictured) and the team who worked on The Last Man On Earth, a finalist at the Flickers Rhode Island International Film Festival. The film has also just picked up six awards at the Independent Shorts Awards, including gold in the Best Women Short and Best Supporting Actor categories, and Silver in the Best director (Female) and Best Sci-Fi categories. We especially loved the acknowledgement of Best Supporting Actor for Duncan Armstrong (below) an actor and performer shattering myths about the capabilities of people with Down Syndrome. Set in a post apocalyptic world, The Last Man On Earth has themes about the value of people with disabilities and society's negative stereotypes towards them.



Next Up...


Wifters' work featuring at Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival

Posted Tuesday 21 Jan 2020

We're thrilled to hear that Alix Whittaker and Claire van Beek's short film Daniel has been selected to screen at the International Competition of the 42nd Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival (31 January -8 February, 2020). The selection committee has seen 9,193 films and Daniel was one of 80 chosen for the International Competition. Way to go ladies, we wish you all the best!