Norwich director’s short film named Best Period Piece at Alternative Film Festival in Toronto
- Credit: Cheesemint Productions
A short film by a director from Norwich has garnered an impressive accolade at an international film festival.
The Titan's Eagle, which follows a 17th century alchemist who gets caught in a time loop, was named Best Period Piece at the Alternative Film Festival in Toronto.
The film was created by Norwich-based director, Matthew Stogdon of Cheesemint Productions, and starred Christopher Neal, Ben Allen, Moira hickson and Stuart Ashen.
Mr Stogdon said: 'The film was submitted to various festival around the world, the first one it was accepted to was the Alternative Film Festival held in Toronto, Canada.
READ MORE: Can you help make this Norwich director's film come to life?'To have your work seen is a genuine pleasure, to have it recognised for all the hard work that has been put into it is something else entirely.'
He added: 'The cast and crew are all exceptionally proud of this achievement and we look forward to hopefully many more appearances and potential awards at other festivals globally.'
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