Submissions for 2020 Now Open
Submission call for the Still Voices Short Film Festival 2020 now open!
Belfast 1979, three sisters reluctantly agree to have their tealeaves read by their ill-fated aunt Betty. But the cups uncover more than they could have imagined, revealing trauma, dark futures, family secrets and unbelievable news. A true story of hopes and fears.
Colleen Forward directs her first narrative short film using creative and organisational skills she honed in her career as an internationally exhibiting video artist, and five years working as a self-shooting director and editor. Colleen is from Belfast and lives in London. She recently trained at The Met Film School at Ealing Studios in London and is currently writing further scripts expanding on the ‘What Betty Sees’ characters and two further film projects also based on true stories.
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