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Sargent-Disc Attends Triforce Short Film Festival

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Sargent-Disc took part in two seminars at the Triforce Short Film Festival on Saturday 2nd December.

Sargent-Disc Attends Triforce Short Film Festival

 

Sargent-Disc was thrilled to attend the 6th Triforce Short Film Festival(TFSFF) for the first time on Saturday 2nd December at Bafta, 195 Piccadilly. The event runs every year with a focus on recognising and supporting emerging diverse talent.  

 

CrewStart™ Workshop:

Hosting a CrewStart™ workshop, members of the Sargent-Disc team and guests explored the importance of contracting crew legally and easily utilising the CrewStart™[insert link] application. Chaired by Dr. Laurence Sargent, the session worked to make sure new filmmakers understood the importance and the application of contracting to protect their production and be compliant with UK legislation. The need to ensure that everyone involved in a project was aware of their rights and commitments was also emphasised during the session.

 

Panel:

  • Chair: Dr. Laurence Sargent, Director (Sargent-Disc Ltd.)
  • Nick O'Hagan, Producer (Giant Films)
  • Seth Roe, Employment Lawyer (Wiggin LLP)
  • Alasdair Wilson, Product Manager (Sargent-Disc Ltd.)

 

TFSFF1

(Panel: Nick O'Hagan, Seth Roe, Alasdair Wilson, Dr. Laurence Sargent)

Photo Credit: TriForce Short Film Festival - Jose Farinha

 

To find out more about CrewStart™, please click here.

 

 

How to Fund a Feature & Manage Your Money - Untold Stories Screening

Sargent-Disc also participated in the finance seminar, which explored methods of obtaining public funding, crowdfunding, BFI lottery money and accessing the U.K. tax credits. The seminar also looked into how to successfully manage your production budget and keep investors happy.

 

Panel:

  • Paul Ashton, Head of Film (Creative England)
  • Katy Kelly, Media Relationship Director (Barclays)
  • Lara Sargent, Production Accountant (Sargent-Disc Ltd.)
  • Kojo Anim, Director (The Weekend)

 

TFSFF2

(Panel: Kojo Anim, Paul Ashton, Katy Kelly, Lara Sargent, Jacqueline Shepherd [Moderator])

Photo Credit: TriForce Short Film Festival - Jose Farinha

 

 

The festival concluded with a star-studded gala , where the winners of the TFSFF awards were revealed. Twiddly Things, winner of the Best of the Fest Award, was recognised for its in-depth portrayal of Alzheimer's sufferer Polly as she shares how dementia has impacted her existence. The Best Non Scripted Award was won by Mia Mullarkey's Throwline, which follows a group of taxi drivers in Ireland as they join together to form a suicide prevention group.

 

Throwline also took home the Audience Choice Award, voted by the audience on the night. The Audience Choice Award winner took home a £250 cash prize as well as mentoring from the Mandy.com team. The winner of the Williams-Byrne Bursary of £1000 was Steve Brett's Abe, a heartfelt story of love and loss. The short film follows the struggle of Abe, a reclusive, mentally ill, homeless man as he tries to make sense of his life on the streets of Los Angeles.

 

 

Established by the Triforce Creative Network in 2012, the Triforce Short Film Festival runs each year to showcase and help emerging filmmakers to access opportunities to develop their careers.

 

To find out more, click here.

 

 

 

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