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One-On-One Scriptwriting Consulations

We are now accepting submissions for our FREE one-on-one Scriptwriting consultations on Sunday 6th October. These sessions will be very kindly run by London Film School's MA Scriptwriting tutor Jonathan Hourigan, who is a graduate of Oxford University and the National Film and Television School. He has also been assistant to Robert Bresson on L'Argent and is a writer, director, script consultant and teacher. Early-career scriptwriters will have the opportunity to gain valuable and constructive feedback on their scripts. This can be a ... Read more

Young Greenhorn Film Award 2013

We are super excited to announce the opening of our submissions for the Young Greenhorn Film Award 2013 (in partnership with Ideas Tap), open to talented filmmakers aged between 16-25. One IdeasTap member will win the chance to have their short film screened at this year’s festival. Along with two access all areas passes to the festival and a feature on Ideas Tap. It's easy to submit, just sign-up as to become an Ideas Tap member (it's free!) and you can apply ... Read more

Greenhorn Submissions Open

Submissions for Greenhorn 2013 are now open! We accept films from all genres, including (but not limited to): Documentary, Artist Moving Image, Drama/Fiction, Animation, Music Video, Comedy, Sci-Fi, Thriller and anything else you can think of! To find out more about submissions click here. Read more

Ideas Tap

Greenhorn is super excited to announce that we are now part of Idea Tap's Creative Space Programme! We will be working from IdeasTap HQ to bring you this year’s jam-packed festival. Watch this space for news of upcoming briefs and opportunities... Get Involved Read more

Greenhorn at The Dugout

Back in March Greenhorn Short Film Festival curated a special screening for The Dugout Festival, at Hoxton Arches. Selected films included Emma Dove’s playful short documentary Another Note and Lucy Luscombe’s multi award winning Candy Girl. Audiences were left uplifted and moved by Corali’s Short At Last which you can catch here. Read more