Country / Nationality
Our Judges say:
A feel good, get out there and do it film.
Heart warming and joyous film which can't fail to make you smile. There's something so appealing about watching women comfortable in their skin and happy to tell it as it is.
A fun film. And, yes, the British double entendre is still alive and well.
You must surely have heard of this wonderful, heart warming film. Quite marvellous.
Paul Hodgson Music Judge
BLUETITS is the documentary short and directing debut from celebrated Cornish photographer Katie Burdon. The film follows founder Sian Richardson and early members of the beloved swimming group BlueTits, a now 6,000 strong organisation. A journey of self discovery and pure joie de vivre, BLUETITS is a heartwarming and honest celebration of older women and the community that brings them together.
There was no generator used to power lighting. We were a small crew of less than 10. Half of the crew were vegetarian which reduced the amount of meat consumed. Crew shared cars when travelling from London - Wales & Cornwall on the shoot which reduced the amount of emissions. Crew travelled down with gear reduced amount of camera / lighting trucks. Crew had reusable water bottles reducing plastic on set.