Event Review: Nat Luurtsema Q&A

Writer and filmmaker Nat Luurtsema joined Norwich Film Festival for a screening and Q&A event. Nat’s comedic experience as a stand-up comedian were obvious through her humorous yet honest answers and interactions with the audience. Both her answers in the Q&A and the three films screened had the audience laughing together, creating a comfortable, fun […]

Event Review: The Stranger + Q&A with Sean Harris

As part of the 2022 Norwich Film Festival, we had the pleasure of hosting an exclusive screening of Thomas Wright’s new Netflix feature, ‘The Stranger,’ at the Cinema City Picturehouse, followed by a Q&A with one of East Anglia’s finest, Sean Harris. Based on a true story, the film follows the wrought relationship of Mark […]

2022 winners announced!

Last night, we revealed the Norwich Film Festival 2022 winners, across six award categories. Out of nearly 1,400 national and international submissions, the winners received their awards at Norwich University of the Arts at our ceremony sponsored by Intermission. This year’s winners tell stories about friendship, honouring a loved one, coping with illness, the impact […]

Interview: Hugo Le Gourrierec (Director of ‘Pipo and Blind Love’)

Interview by Niamh Brook Could you give us a little introduction to yourself?  My name is Hugo Le Gourrierec. I’m 30 years old and I’m from Chambéry in the French Alps where I grew up for 20 years before studying cinema. I’ve been an assistant director for 8 years now and I’ve been lucky enough […]

And the #NFF2021 winners are…

11th Norwich Film Festival (Norwich, UK), BAFTA and BIFA qualifying event, honoured its six prestigious awards tonight with ‘Enjoy’ taking the Best British Film award and The Exit Plan winning the Best International Film Award. Out of nearly 1,300 international submissions, short films Enjoy, The Exit Plan, Absolution, Clown, Night of the Living Dread and […]