Short film wins pride of place at relaunch of Random Acts series

6th May

Short film wins pride of place at relaunch of Random Acts series

A short film made by young Sheffield film maker Thomas Payton Greene with the support of True North and Tyneside Cinema has won pride of place in the relaunch of Channel 4’s Random Acts series.

The series features some of the most exciting emerging talent in Britain, alongside more established producers and directors.

Thomas’s film, called ‘When Standing in a Queue’, made it into the first episode – the only film from over 100 produced nationally in the 16-24 category.

True North and Tyneside Cinema work closely together to support the Random Acts initiative, which is run by Channel 4 and the Arts Council, and each year gives an opportunity to 24 young film makers from across the North of England.

The show goes out on Monday on C4 at 11.05 and is fronted by cult comedian Eric Wareheim.

Here’s the showreel for the new series:

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