High Above the Sky

A short animated film by Kim Noce and Shaun Clark

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Official Selection KinoFest

Kinofest, the international digital film festival in Romania will screen “High above the sky” in its 6th edition. Kinofest is the first digital film festival in Romania. Kinofest features a selection of the most awarded short films and has the explicit goal of promoting independent film-makers, artists and their work. Kinofest was founded by Valentin Partenie . 26-28 October Bucarest, Romania

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Colchester Film Festival

We are delighted to announce that ‘High Above the Sky’ has been selected for the Colchester Film Festival 2012 official selection.
Colchester Film Festival is an international short film festival showcasing the best short films from the UK and around the world. The festival will take place at the Firstsite Arts Gallery from the 5th to the 7th of October 2012.


Screenwriter Julian Unthank who is currently writing NEW TRICKS for the BBC will be running a master class during the festival. 

In the last year, Julian has written a short film LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT, starring JOHN HURT, which has won over a dozen major awards including the ROYAL TELEVISION SOCIETY’S BEST SHORT FILM AWARD, the RAINDANCE FILM FESTIVAL’S AWARD for BEST FILM as well as making the 2011 OSCAR SHORT LIST for BEST LIVE ACTION SHORT

Witney Film Festival

We are delighted to announce that  “High Above the Sky” has been selected for this years Witney Film  festival.  The festival takes place between the 23rd-26th October . “High above the sky” will screen on the 26th October in the grand finale of the festival which will also contain the “creme de la creme of short films submitted to this years festival”.

Winner of Best Animation

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“High above the sky” won best animation at WIFF on friday evening. The screening took place at the BFI and films where judged by David Jenkins, film critic for Little White Lies, film producer Kate Vogel and local film director Barry Bliss.

The film was won second prize in the best film of the festival. Judge Kate Vogel, who produces films for the Tate, praised the simple storyline, beautiful illustration and joyous tale.

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