“Florian’s Last Climb” to screen at the 8th Bangalore Shorts Film Festival, India
Jun 2019 07

I’m thrilled to announce that “Florian’s Last Climb” has been accepted to screen at the 8th Bangalore Shorts Film Festival in the southern Indian state of Karnataka later this month. With its recent acceptance at Pune, it is heartening to discover that a story of an Austrian mountaineer disappearing in Corsica a hundred years ago makes for entertaining fodder for the good people of the India.go to story

“Florian’s Last Climb” screens at BAFTA.
May 2019 09

Last night at the “Florian’s Last Climb” first UK screening – a cast and crew at BAFTA, Piccadilly. A magnificent night in the Princess Anne Theatre with 5.1 sound, surrounded by wonderful friends and family. A huge thanks to all of you who made the film possible and to all of you who came in support of it last night on a wet night in May. To those of you I missed in conversation, my apologies and sincerest thanks. Bravo!

“Florian’s Last Climb” selected as a semi-finalist at the Columbus International Film & Animation Festival, USA
Apr 2019 14

“Florian’s Last Climb” has been selected as a semi-finalist in the Columbus International Film and Animation Festival in Ohio, USA. The festival ran from the 11 to the 13th April and is the oldest film festival in the States, having run continuously since 1952!go to story

“Florian’s Last Climb” accepted to screen at the 9th Pune Short Film Festival, India
Apr 2019 03

I’m delighted to announce that “Florian’s Last Climb” has been selected to screen at the 9th Pune Short Film Festival in India! With screenings in Europe, North and South America and now Asia, this leaves only Africa (and Antarctica…) as untapped continents in its modest run. The festival takes place in June in Pune, Maharashtra state, which is south east of Mumbai.

“Florian’s Last Climb” selected for the Beverly Hills Film Festival
Mar 2019 02

I am thrilled to announce that “Florian’s Last Climb” has been selected to screen at the Beverly Hills Film Festival in Los Angeles. The festival will run from the 3-6th April at the TCL Chinese Theatre on Hollywood Blvd, with the awards night gala taking place on the 7th at the Roosevelt Hotel. Not only does this mark the film’s North American premiere but at a venue with absolutely top notch credentials – the Chinese Theatre, formerly known as Grauman’s Chinese Theatre after its founder, opened in May, 1927 with a screening of Cecil B DeMille’s “The King of Kings”. It has since launched dozens of classics including the original “Star Wars” back in 1977, as well as hosting no less than three Academy Award ceremonies. “FLC” will be screened alongside “The Ghost of Peter Sellers”, a new feature length documentary by the veteran Anglo-Hungarian director Peter Medak, whose credits include “The Ruling Class” with Peter O’Toole, “A Day in the Death of Joe Egg” and “The Changeling” which makes it doubly an honour. The film will be repped for the duration of the festival by LA based screen writer, Victoria Arch.go to story