TAKE PART IN THE
ULTIMATE (AT HOME)
8TH - 11TH MAY 2020
The Four Walls Film Challenge is supported by an incredible roster of industry leading professionals and organisations, including:
The Four Walls Film Challenge is a unique challenge designed for filmmakers to help them stay creative.
3 days to write, film and edit your own short film all within the Four Walls of your house.
Entirely live-streamed and online, contestants can take part from ANYWHERE in the world!
Check out the trailer, and find out more below.
A message from the Reel Team:
"The Reel Challenge is about supporting filmmakers, giving them a platform to showcase their work and get professional industry feedback.
In a summer where independent and short filmmakers have lost festivals and competitions to screen their work, The Reel Film challenge is committed to giving them a platform and opportunity to still be seen."
What can you win?
We have an amazing selection of prizes that you could win
by taking part in the Four Walls Film challenge
Up to £500 in cash
£250 F-Stop Gift Voucher
One-year subscription for Celtx scriptwriting
and pre-production tools
A selection of Sennheiser gear:
MKE 600, MKE 400, HD 25 Headphones
Creative Director and Head of Content at London agency Amplify, Alex has a 15 year hybrid career in film, experiential marketing, creative and content creation.
After having spent several years working in NYC on Darren Aronofsky's Oscar nominated Black Swan, Alex returned to London and became Creative Director on a number of global brands such as Google, Facebook, MTV and Disney.
Rhianna Dhillon has worked as a film and TV critic for 9 years, beginning her career at BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra as their in-house film critic. Now freelance, Rhianna contributes to numerous outlets, including regular appearances on Radio 4 and currently has a weekly review slot on BBC6Music’s Breakfast Show with Lauren Laverne.
Rhianna also hosts Q&As with actors and directors for legendary film institutes such as the BFI and BAFTA, interviewing a wide range of talent, from Oprah and Adam Driver to Paul Greengrass and Greta Gerwig.
Jen's career began in New York City, where she first produced black box theatre off-broadway. Expanding into film work, she was soon presented the prestigious Student Academy Award for her producing work on her first shortfilm POPFOUL. Since has produced scores of shorts and over a dozen feature films. She has also produced for television, collaborating with the National Literacy Trust and Sky Arts.
Jen has most recently been expanding her work into the ‘interactive’ space, creating immersive theatre installations and Virtual Reality experiences. She is currently directing MONSTER IN THE HOUSE, a documentary which follows the world of tarantula beauty pageants.