Storytelling is a gift. To bring a story to life on film requires real genius.

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Novella Showcase: Storytelling at its best, Episode 11, November 15, 2013

Novella Showcase: Storytelling at its best, Episode 11, will air on Access Vision Battle Creek, Comcast Channel 16, November 15, 2013

Scheduled films
Choices (Directors Cut) (Roshaun Page, It’s a RAP Production, 8:16minutes)
Home alone, with her back against the wall, Shina Wright gets a visitor who changes her life forever

BUSTED (short-film) (Frank Orji, Grosstelevision GP, 15:44 minutes)
An extract from the feature, the story of a young woman caught in a love triangle. Someone has to pay for their lies, deceit and betrayal. A Frank Orji film. Set in world class city Sandton. Color-grading at the Rrefinery.

Willing (Joe Pisciotta, MadridSTREETfilm, 17:17 minutes)
When your back is against the wall, when you have no one to turn to, what would you do for money? Willing, starring Valentina Villamizar, Greg Schroeder and Paris Adkins.

Flimsy (Directed by: Federico Meneghini and Jacopo Castelletti, Collateral Pictures, 8:26 minutes)

Mr. Foley (Written & Directed by Mike Ahern & Enda Loughman, AKA D.A.D.D.Y., 4:50 minutes)
A darkly funny but nightmarish scenario, a man wakes up in hospital with a group of sound artists soundtracking his life. Mr. Foley is an award winning short film directed by Dublin directing duo Mike Ahern & Enda Loughman aka D.A.D.D.Y.

Winner Best Short Film at the San Francisco United Short Film Festival
Winner Best in Festival at the Fastnet Short Film Festival, Ireland
Winner Best ‘Sound-Scape’ Award from the European Centre for the Arts at Dresden Film Festival, Germany
Winner best film 2010 Short Short Story Film Festival, Rhode Island
Winner Best Musical, Amsterdam Film Festival
Winner Best Film Audience Prize, Strasbourg European Fantastic Film Festival
Winner of the Metrópolis-Mecal Prize , Barcelona
Winner, best Art direction International Short Film Festival of Cyprus
Golden Méliès Nomination for best European fantastic short film, Strasbourg European Fantastic Film Festival
Nominated for the LEO at the 24th Braunschweig Int’l Film Festival, Germany

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