Congratulations to the organisers of the Twickenham Film Festival (Twickenham Alive) for an excellent evening – this year’s selection of films was excellent – with a truly eclectic mix across many topics.
More than 150 people enjoyed the evening, which was held at Twickenham Rowing Club on Eel Pie Island, with its wonderful riverside balcony, and many commented on how the standard of film contributions is improving year on year.
Here is a selection of some of the stand-out entries, but Stone Rowe Brewer, who sponsored the event, would like to congratulate all of those who took part.
The Boy Who stayed In – by Into Films
The moving poem, with mixed animation, about Steve, who is scared of the world. He views the world through his letterbox…
The Phantom Framer – by Rhodri Williams
About Teddington’s mysterious framing phenomenon…
Real Junk Food – Phoenix Films
About Skipchen Café in Bristol, who donate food that would otherwise be thrown away…