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More festival success for ‘The German Who Came to Tea’

For Annie Day, who turned 100 in May 2012, it’s the day her young son Brian brought a German Prisoner of War to Christmas Dinner almost 70 years ago which marked the start of an enduring lesson in love, loss and acceptance.

We’re delighted that our film, The German who Came to Tea has won ‘Best Short’ at this year’s Cumbria Short Film Competition. Panellists included Alan Rickman and Victoria Wood.

Festival Screenings for The German Who Came to Tea include…

Kingston NY Film Festival, New York, U S A – August 2013

Newburyport Documentary Film Festival – September 2013

Sacramento Film & Music Festival -September 2013

Cincinnati FIlm Festival Cincinnati, U S A, September 2013

New York City Independent Film Festival, October 2013

Mill Valley Film Festival, California, October 2013

Silent River Film Festival, California, October 2013

Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival, Arkansas, October 2013 – Winner ‘Best Short’

Newport Film Festival, Wales – nominated for ‘Best Director’ and ‘Best Short Film’ awards

Witney Film Festival, Oxfordshire, October 2013

Underwire Festival, London, November 2013 – nominated for ‘Best Producer’ award

Napa Valley Film Festival, November 2013

Lone Star Film Festival, Texas, November 2013

Bang! Short Film Festival, Nottingham, November 2013

Bath Film Festival, Bath, December 2013

Cumbria Short Film Competition, December 2013 – Winner ‘Best Short’

Dam Short Film Festival, Boulder City, Colerado, February 2014

Charleston International Film Festival, South Carolina, August 2014