Latest update: 14-11-09
Ironwerkz has picked up a presigious Special Mention at the Chris Awards, part of the 57th Columbus International Film and Video Festival.
Ironwerkz has screened in Manchester as part of the long-running Festival of Fantastic Films.
This year's festival represents the 21st Annual Convention of the Society of Fantastic Films.
Thanks to Ramsey Campbell for inviting us and to Gil Lane-Young, organiser extraordinaire.
Ironwerkz has been selected to screen at the 57th Columbus International Film and Video Festival. The Festival, based in Ohio, is one of the world's longest-established film fests.
Ironwerz has screened as part of the amazing United Kingdom Steampunk Convivial at the Asylum.
Many thanks to John Naylor and Karen Grover for showcasing Ironwerkz and congratulations on organising such an impressive event.
Update: 14-06-09Ironwerkz screened as part of the hugely popular Fantastic Films Weekend at the National Media Museum in Bradford.
Many thanks to Sarah Crowther and the staff of the NMM for inviting Ironwerkz to screen in such a prestigious venue.
Ironwerkz has been selected for the Fantastic Films Weekend at the National Media Museum in Bradford.
The film will be shown three times over the weekend as part of the Short Films Programme.
Full details of the many film programmes, exhibitions and events can be found on the NMM website:
Venetta Uye, who attended the BSFA Eastercon screening, has posted a very nice review of Ironwerkz on her blog.
Venetta is currently researching for her PhD, 'Steampunk and the Gothic: Retro-Science Fiction in Literature & Cinema'.
After seeing the film at the BSFA Easercon screening, horror maestro Ramsey Campbell has invited Ironwerkz to the Manchester Festival of Fantastic Films.
Ironwerkz has been invited to the Steampunk Weekend at the Asylum by the Time Tarts, John Naylor and Karen Grover.
John and Karen are art directors, prop/costume makers and stunt arrangers/weapons specialists who have worked on innumerable tv programmes around the world.
By popular demand, Ironwerkz was screened to a packed house twice at LX2009!
Thanks to Mark Slater and Peter Harrow for inviting Ironwerkz and for all their hard work and kindness at the convention.
Ironwerkz has been invited to screen at the 60th British National Science Fiction Convention in Bradford over Easter weekend 2009.
Further information and tickets are available at the LX2009 website:
SFX journalist and Hitchhiker author Mike Simpson has posted a lengthy review of Ironwerkz on his website.
MJS rating: A
The big screen premiere of Ironwerkz will be at this year's Leeds International Film Festival!
The film is part of the Official Selection and will be in competition for the Yorkshire Short Film Award.
The screening is at 5pm on Friday November 16th at The Carriageworks, Millennium Square.
Further information and tickets are available at the LIFF 2007 website:
ITVlocal have added a short film about the making of Ironwerkz to their website.
It's part of their LIFF 2007 coverage.
You can check it out here: