To those of you who came – thank you for making the event so enjoyable. To those of you who couldn't get here, the general consensus was you missed a good one - a great programme (with one or two exceptions!) and lots of fun.
The feedback forms were very positive with some helpful comments and suggestions. There were comments about the Festival going from strength to strength. I was delighted we had so many young people this year and John Hurt, Anwen Rees-Myers and Don Boyd's contribution in spending time with them outside the event is fantastic. And so we continue to grow, finding a few more enthusiasts each year who want to come back next time.
We've counted up all the votes and are delighted to announce that this year the Keswick Film Festival Audience Award goes to...
Osprey Short Film Awards
There was a huge turnout for the Osprey Short Film Awards, the prizes were awarded as follows:
- Silver:The Orb
- Gold:Romance Of The Skies
- Silver:From Lakeside To Mountain Top
- New Deal
Visit the Osprey page for more details on all the films and watch many of them online.
Photos From The 14th Festival
Ann and John Open The Festival
Happy Birthday To Ann
Opening Night Audience
John and Carl present Osprey Awards
Under 18 Osprey Winners
Don Boyd and Tony Britten
The Engine Room
Thanks to programmer David
Plan your weekend at the Festival with the full programme of films, Q&As, talks and competitions.
Guests at KFF14
This year we welcome back John Hurt, Tony Britten and Anwen Rees-Myers and are joined for the first time by Don Boyd and Lucy Mathen.
Benjamin Britten - Peace and Conflict
Showing in our Celebrating the Senses strand, a selection of films covering sight, sound, touch, taste and smell.