Short Story Film Festival: ‘Enemy Lines’ in New York

My short film Enemy Lines is about to cross the Atlantic. Director Mike Steel and I are honoured to have been chosen to showcase our film at the Short Short Story Film Festival in New York,  this Saturday 21 November 2009, then the following Saturday on the 28th.

Short short story film festival

Festival organisers, Merging Art Productions, ask: 

How do filmmakers tell a story in less than five minutes? Not just trailers, music videos, or experimental projects, but honest-to-goodness beginning-middle-end stories?

The Short Short Story Film Festival celebrates brevity in filmmaking, featuring films from across the globe. For more information visit the festival website

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4 comments on “Short Story Film Festival: ‘Enemy Lines’ in New York

  1. Congratulations Fiona. How exciting, hope it all goes well.

  2. Fiona Veitch Smith on said:

    Thanks Alan. Unfortunately I can’t get there but was able to record a 20sec ‘Hello New York’ intro to screen with the film. How’s your writing going? Did you submit something for Stingers this year?

  3. Rosalie Warren on said:

    Great news, Fiona – you must be so excited.

  4. Fiona Veitch Smith on said:

    I am Rosalie. Mind you, I was also excited when it was screened in Newcastle, London and Jersey; but New York does have a certain mystique.

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