Local brothers Graeme and John-William Noble will be delighted that two more of their films have been select for viewings in two separate film festivals this year.
The brothers’ 2011 feature film has now garnered the same international attention, qualifying for the HolyWood Christian Film Festival of New York.
‘The Shadow of Death’, which is due to be shown in New York, concerns the death of a young woman’s family. As she struggles to come to terms with the loss of her loved ones, a new threat appears - as well as that of her family’s killer - in the form of a criminal that would have her lose her faith in Jesus Christ.
The HolyWood Christian Film Festival is now in its second year, celebrating Christ through faith-based films.
From the festival’s website, they say: “We believe that Faith Based Films are an innovative way to both encourage believers and spread Christ’s message to the lost.”
‘Life of a Spy’, a short-film, is the other film to be recognised from the brothers, with the Limelight Film Awards due to show their film in London.
It tells the story of a young spy facing an emotional battle out-with her job description. It can be viewed on YouTube.
John-William noble said of the news:
“To qualify for any film festival is very difficult and we are gradually building up our reputation in Scotland and also in the global independent film market. We have had well known film producers and directors contacting us about our work and about possible collaborations.”