Cross-Channel lab announcements made - Gaëlle’s film is in

The Cross Channel Film Lab (CCFL) today announces its selection of four low- to medium-budget feature film projects, all using visual effects and/or stereo 3D in brave, original and imaginative ways, to participate in the Lab's year-long workshop programme in 2014.

The four projects selected to participate in 2014 are:

Dome (France - VFX) writer-director Luis Briceno, producer Jérémy Rochigneux
La Fille de l'Estuaire (UK - Stereo 3D) writer-director Gaëlle Denis, producer Ohna Falby
The Incredible Voyage of Dullwich-on-Sea (UK - VFX) director Jamie Stone, writer Joe Barton, producer Sophie Vickers
Tro Fanch (France - Stereo 3D) writer-director Gill Taws

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