Today's the Day Wins 'Best Microfilm' at Festigious

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Our newest short film, Today's the Day, was only completed back in November, yet it has already picked up a highly coveted film industry award.

In December, it was awarded Best Microfilm at the Festigious International Film Festival in Los Angeles.

The film, which was co-directed by Paul Dean and Joe Reaney and produced by Junior Productions, was up against some stiff competition, but managed to walk away with the top prize at its worldwide premiere.

It follows on from the success of The Man Who Stopped, which won Best Microfilm at related festival Top Shorts.

If Today's the Day can get anywhere near matching the breakthrough success of our first short, we'll be delighted.

You can find out more about Festigious International Film Festival here.