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Emerging Filmmakers Night - Q&A with Paul Frankl

Thursday 4 June 2020, by Erifili Missiou

Paul is a London based writer and director. His short films have screened at festivals around the world, including Tribeca, Palm Springs, Rhode Island, the Iris Prize and Aesthetica and collectively have over 900,000 views online. EFN have screened his work twice: the multi-award winning ROXANNE was part of our LGBTQ+ event in July and GOLD STAR was part of our livestream event in April!

His film The Life Tree is now available to watch on BFI Player, Curzon Home Cinema, iTunes, Google Play and Amazon video, as part of volume II of The Uncertain Kingdom, a collection of shorts exploring the current state of the UK.

Here’s his Q&A with us about GOLD STAR:

You can still watch the full stream on Facebook.

Paul is currently in development of a range of feature film and TV projects including TCHAIKOVSKY, for which he was awarded early development funding by the BFI. More info on his website.

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