Journalism News Network joins Edinburgh Short Film Festival as Media Partner

ESFF Film Festival

ESFF Film Festival

(PRESS RELEASE) Journalism News Network is pleased to announce that it is the official media partner for Edinburgh Short Film Festival for the year 2017.

Edinburgh short film festival (ESFF) is evolved from the Leith Short Film Festival in 2011 and devoted to screening short film from Edinburgh, Scotland and around the world. The ESFF has hosted visiting filmmakers from China, Russia, Italy, Spain, Germany, Holland and all over the UK.

On this occasion, Subodh Gupta, editor of Journalism News Network said: “We’re delighted to be the official media partner for the Edinburgh Short Film Festival year 2017 which is devoted to screening short film from around the world and Journalism News Network is proud of helping independent Film Makers through this partnership”.

ESFF has taken some of the best short films on tour to the Sardinia Film Festival and also to the Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival and plans for next year include holding screenings in Tokyo.

On this occasion, ESFF Director Paul Bruce said, “The Edinburgh Short Film Festival has always been an open and outward-looking event, which is proud to have organized partnerships with festivals and organizations across the globe, so we’re delighted to be working closely with Journalism News Network as our media partners for our 2017 edition. JNN have a similar international reach and an involvement with arts events world-wide, so they are ideal media partners for us, and we’re looking forward to working with them.’

Journalism News Network helps independent filmmakers and proud to support and also the official media partner for the 18th annual Polish Film Festival, Monaco International Film Festival and ECU Film Festival Paris.

Barbara Tomasik is a staff journalist, copy editor and reporter for Journalism News Network.
Barbara has seven years of experience as a writer. She also conducts sessions on yoga, which is her hobby.
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