We’re so grateful to be a part of the Bolton Film Festival lineup again, they’re such champions for Mini Productions. This year they showcased Ouzo and Blackcurrant.

Celebrating films from home and abroad Bolton Film Festival acts as an amplifier of emerging and established talent. Through its industry talks, masterclasses, and networking sessions it aims to break open the door to a creative industry that many people find it difficult to access and navigate.

Their festival patron, Maxine Peake says; “I’ve always had a passion for short film whether it’s drama, comedy or documentary. When my home town announced they were launching a film festival I welcomed their invitation to become a patron. Bolton Film Festival gives film-makers and actors in the area an opportunity to celebrate the talent in and around the town, to share their work with a wider audience, and to meet industry experts and other film-makers from across the North West and across the UK. Manchester offers so much, but it’s fantastic that Bolton now has an annual film event of its own.”

Learn more about the festival here.

Watch the Ouzo and Blackcurrant trailer here.

Ouzo and Blackcurrant on IMDb