Heaven’s Door was honoured to be ranked as a semifinalist in The Austin Film Festivals 2012 Screenwriting Competition. This competition easily falls into the top three of screenwriting competitions worldwide. As a semifinalist, Heaven’s Door ranked in the top 96 of 6500 submission and was in the top 24 of 2500 submissions in the Drama category (better than top 1%).
Goonworks Films is proud to announce that Last Christmas will be playing at the 2012 CFC Worldwide Short Film Festival on June 6 and June 9.
Goonworks Films would like to send out congratulations to all our cast and crew nominated by the 2012 Leo Awards. Way to go Quinn Lord (Best Actor-Short Drama), Linda Darlow (Best Actress-Short Drama), Maurice Woodworth (Production Design-Short Drama) and Harlow MacFarlane (Music-Short Drama). Last Christmas was also nominated for Best Short Drama and Screenwriting in a Short Drama (Geoff Redknap).
Good luck to all!
The Auburn Hills Breakdown plays in Rue Morgue and Unstable Ground’s “Little Terrors” short horror film series.by Katie on August 20, 2011 at 11:59 am
Little Terrors presented by Rue Morgue and Unstable Ground
“For me the highlights of the program had to be Geoff Redknap’s ‘The Auburn Hills Breakdown‘ and Jerome Sable’s ‘The Legend of Beaver Dam‘. Unfortunately, I can’t tell you too much about these short, as the surprise they punch is probably why I found them so enjoyable.
I think that Auburn Hills caught the entire audience off guard. A clever script combined with the knowledge of how to make an effective film on a, presumably, very small budget must be the secret to Auburn Hills‘ success. I have to hand it to the actors as well, they did a great job.” – Entertainment Maven
Last Christmas receives a FAP grant from the National Film
Board of Canada.