Wild Horses (2017) won the Nijmegen Youth Award last april at our festival. We spoke on the phone with Rory Alexander Stewart, the director of Wild Horses (2017), about his experience at Go Short International Short Film Festival, what sparked him to make Wild Horses (2017), horses and his admiration for Emma Curtis, who played the lead role in Wild Horses (2017).
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In today’s Short Shot, the country in focus at Go Short 2018: Ireland. That’s why it seems reasonable to show you a film from this country with the green, white and orange flag.
10 years, 1 week! For the final blogpost before the festival, we had an interview with Kirsten, our festival director and one of the founders of our Go Short International Short Film Festival Nijmegen. We spoke about the early beginning and one of her favorite short films named Brother Of Mine, directed by the Swedish Jens Jonsson.
10 years, 8 weeks! 8 weeks left till our festival begins and we will celebrate our 10 year jubilee with special blog posts in the next weeks. Today we will focus on the Short Shot itself. It’s time for a sneaky REBLOG!
10 years, 9 weeks! 9 weeks left till our festival begins and we will celebrate our 10 year jubilee with special blogposts in the next weeks. In this blogpost we will take a look at one of the films made during one of the editions of the 48 hour filmproject in Nijmegen. Bodem premiered just like the other 48 hour films one week later during the Go Short Filmfestival. Read more…
10 years, 10 weeks! 10 weeks left to our festival and we will celebrate our 10 year jubilee with special blog posts in the next weeks. Let us take a look back at special moments in the past years.
Let’s start with number one.