Short film Sufuku takes home a key prize at the Birmingham Film Festival.

Amongst the recipients of prizes at the recent Birmingham Film Festival, held earlier this month, was Sufuku. It’s a crowdfunded short film, made for just over £5000, about a young woman who finds a lucrative way of earning by completing other people’s sudoku puzzles.

The film was penned by Edie Walwyn-Gaston and Sam Cornish, with Walwyn-Gaston penning the script. And the movie picked up the Best First Time Filmmaker prize at the festival, sponsored by the folks at SeventyOne Media.

While we await news of further screenings, the film’s Kickstarter page is still live and gives you some more background information on it. We’ll update this post with news of how to see the film though as soon as we have it.

Congratulations to all concerned.

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