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Aesthetica Short Film Festival 2019:
Exclusive Ticket Offer for NAWE 19 Delegates

Thu 7 Nov 2019
NAWE are delighted to announce a partnership with the Aesthetica Short Film Festival, exclusively for NAWE members during the NAWE Conference. Listen to a masterclass with Oscar-nominated, Bafta award-winning producer, Paul Webster; choose from any of Aesthetica’s screenings on Thursday 7 November; and experience film like never before in specially built VR room.

The ticket includes:

1. Masterclass:

The Pillars of Production: Ensuring Success
Shoebox Films’ Paul Webster is an Oscar-nominated and BAFTA-Winning producer whose credits include Atonement, Eastern Promises, Anna Karenina and Pride and Prejudice. His current project is the much-anticipated Radioactive, starring Rosamund Pike (Gone Girl, A Private War, Hostiles.) Speaking in conversation, Webster discusses the production process from idea conception to realisation, and how to transform a vision into an award-winning reality.

2. Screening:

Pass to see films at any time on Thursday 7 November

3. Private access to the VR Lab

Access is on Thursday 7 November between 3-4pm so NAWE members can experiment with the new technology.

4. A copy of Aesthetica Magazine for each delegate.

All this for just £10 for NAWE delegates (ticket worth £46.50)!  Start your NAWE conference experience earlier with this fantastic offer. Choose ‘ASFF – Masterclass’ option at check out when booking your conference ticket.  

Date: Thursday 7 November 2019
Location: Aesthetica Short Film Festival, York
Cost: £10

The BAFTA-Qualifying Aesthetica Short Film Festival returns 6-10 November 2019. With over 400 films and 100 events taking place, it’s is the most extensive programme to date. ASFF is a hotbed for fresh ideas and talent discovery. It’s a destination to experience the power of and craft of cinema.

ASFF is a key event to explore new cinema and original filmmaking. Programmes are curated by genre and reflect both personal and universal narratives. British and international films are competing for Best Film, Best Screenplay and Audience Award.