Adrian J. MacDowell’s Who’s My Favourite Girl

David Paul Baker's Pasty


Emma Davie and Tracey

Fearnehaugh’s Sightseer

Last year Andy Goddard co-wrote Kings of the Wild Frontier with Ian Rankin.

Stars and is Currently up for a JPSFA thls month. He ls currently WOrklng on a feature. L’ttle Sisters lunrelated to hrs flrst trlrnl.

Influences Screen Test with Michael Rodd

See Me. Paper. Stars

Where Cameo. Edinburgh. 29 Aprll

KENNY GOLD, DIRECTOR 2 .t Background Gold

graduated from ECA In 1999 where he made a documentary. . ,;. Beyond Tomorrow: 1 I ' The Economy Of

' its» ; Shar/ng /n Brag/L wrth hrs Sister. It was shown at the Trystero shOrt fllm festlval, and also at a peace conference In Rome last year. Gold has also worked on New Words Learnt Today and collabomted wrth fellow ECA students Adnan J. MacDowall, Kara Johnston and Joern Utkllen on several projects including BAFTA Best Short Film wrnner Who '3 My Favourrte Girl and more recently as asslstant director on McDowell's Toon Fa/r. Influences Steven Splelberg, Lynne Ramsay. Peter Multan, Ken Loach. Darren Aronofsky See Toon Farr. New Words Learnt Today Where ElFF, August; ECA degree show, Filmhouse. Edinburgh, June


Background Halliday studled film as part of her fine art/photography degree at GSA, graduating in 2000. Her landscape and portrait photography was featured in the Vlsual Arts In Scotland Exhibltion at the RSA where she received the Sally Schofleld Memorlal Award. After hearing about the JPSFA. Halliday submitted her degree show film Quickstep and has been shortlisted among the final eleven nominees. She's currently combining voluntary work with ongoing photography projects.

Influences Early 20th century photographers like Man Ray. Russian Constructivrsm movement

See Ourckstep

Where Cameo. Edinburgh, 29 April

AMY HARDIE, DIRECTOR Background From Aberdeenshire. Hardie won the Best Graduation Film award in her year at the National School >

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