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Cannes '17: Scottish Student Film Wild Horses To Compete

Monday 17 April 2017

 

From the UK's Sky News:

 

Rory Alexander Stewart
Rory Alexander Stewart
 

Cannes '17: Scottish student film Wild Horses to compete

Rory Alexander Stewart will be one of 16 directors walking the emerging talent's red carpet in Cannes in May.

By Duarte Garrido, Entertainment Reporter
Friday 14 April 2017
© 2017 Sky UK

A Scottish student's short film has been picked to compete for an emerging talent prize at the Cannes International Film Festival.

Rory Alexander Stewart, a 27-year-old graduate from the National Film And Television School, told Sky News he was still coming to grips with the "unlikely" news.

"I was very surprised. It was unbelievable to be honest. It's only really hitting me now, it's just so unlikely," he said.

Wild Horses, a 26-minute film about a teenage girl struggling with a largely unknown disease, has been picked out of 2,600 others for the festival's Cinéfondation category.

The film follows a teenage girl who has myalgic encephalopathy (ME) or chronic fatigue syndrome.

 

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