With a lower volume of entries this year as opposed to our first year we have decided that due the niche nature of the film festival we would change the way in which we operate. To that end Continue reading →
This is just a small part of one man's journey to follow in the footsteps of his Great Grandfather. After finding an old diary from 1906 of the exploits of his great grandfather during the year on the battlefields of Continue reading →
What a whirlwind of a weekend we’ve had here at Veteran Films. If you weren’t at our festival this weekend, then it is safe to say that you missed out. But to all those who were there, watching, enjoying and Continue reading →
On the Saturday we will be holding a panel which will be hosting a Q&A session on how to make your short film stand out from the rest. Since the age of digital it has seen an influx of Continue reading →
This week has been a hectic one, with just a month left to go until we stage the first UK Veterans Film Festival we have also had two bits of good news. Firstly, Patrons. We are really happy to Continue reading →
Debbie Moon is a BAFTA-winning film and television writer. She has had over fifty short stories published in the UK and US, and her novel, Falling (Honno Press) was shortlisted for Welsh Book Of The Year.
The Festival is pleased to announce that award winning Director Jan Dunn is to join the judging panel for the UK International Veterans Film Festival. Jan is a very busy and much sort after Director so we are really pleased Continue reading →