Bristol Short Film Candidate: THE TIGER WHO CAME TO TEA (Kopie 1)

The European Film Academy and the Encounters Film Festival congratulate:

Candidate of Encounters Film Festival
UK, animation, 24 min

WRITTEN BY Joanna Harrison
PRODUCED BY Ruth Fielding & Camilla Deakin

A mysterious tiger turns up unannounced and invites himself in for afternoon tea. Young Sophie and hermummy watch in fascination as the tiger proceeds to eat not only their tea, but the entire contents of thefridge and everything else in the house!

THE TIGER WHO CAME TO TEA was selected by the festival's international jury, consisting of writer/director Jamie Di Spirito (UK), freelance script consultant Selina Ukwuoma (UK), screenwriter, director, and producer Bisha K. Ali (UK/US), sculptor, model maker and character designer Jim Parkyn (UK), animation writer/director Floor Adams (The Netherlands) and Diana Maria Rosu, founder and artistic director of the Accra Animation Film Festival (Ghana).

The film is now a candidate for a nomination in the category 'European Short Film' at the 33rd European Film Awards.

The EFA Short Film Programme is organised by the European Film Academy and EFA Productions in co-operation with a series of film festivals throughout Europe. At each of these festivals, an independent jury presents one of the European short films in competition with a candidacy in the short film category of the European Film Awards.

The annual cycle for 2020 is now complete and the participating festivals will next nominate five short films from this list. Afterwards, the 3,800 EFA Members – film professionals from all over Europe – will vote for the overall winner that will be presented at the 33rd European Film Awards Ceremony.

Berlin, 12 October