Calling all Film makers, actors, directors, producers and writers, submissions are now open for this year’s Misty Moon International Film Festival. The festival’s Final will be held at the prestigious Cinema Museum on Saturday the 28th October and will be judged by our panel of celebrity guest judges.
Judges announced so far are Lynn Lowry, Emma Dark, Gary Shail and Nicholas Ball, more judges to be announced over the coming weeks. The festival will be hosted by David Barry and Misty Moon’s Curator Stuart Morriss.
There will be 2 winners “The Audience Choice” and “The Judge’s Choice”. Please click the link below to view submission details and GOOD LUCK.
The Curator and his adorable Honorary Patron Emma Dark
On Saturday The Misty Mooners came out in style to The Phoenix Artist Club to help celebrate The Curator’s birthday in style. There was cake, champagne and a little bit of glamour. Official photographs taken by John Gaffen
The Curator, David Barry and Anita Graham
The Curator and Brian Murphy
Mr and Mrs Moon
The Curator, Brian Murphy, Vera Day and Chris Collins
Jen Morriss, The Curator, Jason Read, Brian Murphy and Linda Regan
Jen Morriss, Vera Day, The Curator, Fenella Fielding and Chris Collins
Jerome Conreen, The Curator, David Barry, Anita Graham and Chris Collins
This year’s winner at The Misty Moon International Film Festival is “Cowboy Ben” directed by Jon Shaikh and Scott Rawsthorne. “Cowboy Ben” is a dark comedy – Ben, a man on the edge, meets a childhood friend in a trendy London bar, but with nothing to lose, it soon becomes clear he has a dark vendetta against the people he blames for his failings.
On Saturday the 29th October at The Cinema Museum during The Misty Moon International Film Festival “Count Frankula” will premier. A short horror/comedy written by David Barry and starring Caroline Munro, Emma Dark, Judy Matheson, Fenella Fielding and David Barry as Frankie Abbott, this is one horror film that will be begging you for no more chips !!!! Here is our teaser trailer……
Robo Films in association with The Misty Moon Film Society Presents “After Hours” a micro thriller. Starring Linda Regan (Hi-de-Hi!, Quadrophenia), Gary Shail (Quadrophenia, Metal Mickey), Brain Murphy (George & Mildred, Last of the Summer Wine, Benidorm) David Barry (Please Sir!). Sound by Tomo Davies. Casting by The Misty Moon Film Society. Produced by Stuart Morriss. Written, Directed, Edited & Scored by Jason Read.
A Day In The Lives Of Frankie Abbott received a 5 Star review in The Edinburgh Evening News & The Scotsman last week for our performances at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Also David Barry and Anita Graham performed an extract of the play on Showbiz TV on Sky. Please click the link for the full review
After the success of The Misty Moon Film Society’s Spring tour of A Day In The Lives Of Frankie Abbott, we have been asked to perform the play at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August. So we have launched an Indiegogo Campaign to help get FA up to the land of haggis, kilts, malt whiskey and deep fried Mars bars. Please have a look at the campaign and if you can help us in anyway, even just to like and share it on social media that would be Bloody Brilliant. Frankie Goes To Edinburgh…………
Normally The Misty Moon Film Society would introduce a new Honorary Patron on Halloween as part of our birthday celebrations but this year is a little different.
I am so proud to announce that award winning actress Emma Dark has become one of our Honorary Patrons and joins Judy Matheson and David Barry as our delicious threesome, all watched over by our President Robin Askwith.
Emma will also be one of the Scream Queen Judges at this year’s Misty Moon International Film Festival at The Cinema Museum in October.
Emma Dark – Honorary Patron of The Misty Moon Film Society. Poster art by Ronnie Clark
A video of the audience’s reaction after 2 performances at the opening night of A Day In The Lives Of Frankie Abbott @ The Phoenix Artist Club in the West End. Video recorded by John Gaffen and edited by Jason Read of Robo Films
The Misty Moon Film Society is proud to announce that we will be holding our unique events at the prestigious Phoenix Artist Club in Covent Garden on the first Wednesday of every month from May 2016.
Turn onto Phoenix Street, off Charing Cross Road and you should spot the entrance to The Phoenix Artist Club and as Dick Van Dyke said in his best Cockney in Mary Poppins: “That there is what you might call a doorway to a place of enchantment.” This is a fantastic venue and is perfect for The Misty Moon Film Society as it is so showbiz. More details to follow soon.