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Boys night

James Price
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Synopsis

Twelve-year-old Reece must brave the mean and marvelous streets of North East Glasgow to bring his drunken father safely home.

Festivals and awards

Winner: Audience Award, Glasgow Short Film Festival 2020
Winner: Best Short Film, Dalmatia Film Festival 2019
Winner: Best Screenplay, Elba Film Festival 2019
Nominee: Best Short Film, Edinburgh International Film Festival 2019
Cork International Film Festival 2020
British Shorts 2020 [Berlin]
Inverness Film Festival 2019

James Price

James Price is a self-taught screenwriter and filmmaker from Springburn in Glasgow. He taught himself how to write scripts in his teenage years by reading the scripts of films that he admired. He finally worked up the courage to send his work out to people in his early 20s.

FILMOGRAFÍA:

Boys Night
Dropping Off Michael
Chibbed - BBC iPlayer Short Film
Concrete & Flowers

Production: Dave Gillies
Script: James Price
Direction: James Price
Cinematography: Steve Cardno
Edition: Mark Fraser
Cast: Kyle Gordon, Cameron Jack, Kirsty Strain
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Josephine Lohoar Self
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UK
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UK
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