90 Degrees North wins Best Comedy at BAFTA Qualifying Aesthetica Short Film Festival 2016
A double win for 90 Grad Nord. Thank you to everyone in the audience who voted.
90 Grad Nord wins Best Fiction at InTe Festival, Rome.
90 Degrees North is Barcelona Bound
90 Degrees North will be in competition at the FILMETS Badalona Film Festival in Barcelona this October
European Film Academy Nominee
90 Degrees North has been nominated by Cork Film Festival
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90 Grad Nord
Supported by the Medienboard Berlin Brandenburg
Double win for Ministry of Guilt!
Ministry of Guilt won both Best Short and Best Cinematography at the Unrestricted View Film Festival!
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Raving Ravenna

A massive thank you to the organisers of the 18th Circle of Dreams International Short Film Festival, held in Ravenna this weekend. With their fantastic hospitality, Capo
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Best Fiction at Bamberger Kurzfilmtage

We’re very pleased to announce some more exciting news for 90 Degrees North! In January, we went to the 27th Bamberger Kurzfilmtage Festival, the oldest short film
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The EFA Weekend

The long anticipated European Film Awards finally came around, where 90 Grad Nord was up in the European Short Film category. It was an incredible experience for Detsky a
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90 Grad Nord wins at Terrorificamente Cortos

We’re pleased to announce a new Audience Award for 90 Grad Nord, from Terrorificamente Cortos, International Festival for Horror and Fantastic Short Films. Thank yo
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K17 Films

K17 Films

The name K17 stems from the cinema seat at the Odeon Leicester Square, London, which Detsky sat in when he first watched The Empire Strikes Back aged 7. It was at that point he realised what he wanted to do in life: become a Jedi. And a Filmmaker. K17 Films stands for films that focuses on details in our everyday lives, always on a quest for the "sur" in the real. The production company was founded in 2013 by Director Detsky and Producer Marianne Graffam. The first project of K17 Films is 90 Degrees North, a 12-minute film about a business man getting stuck on a man-eating traffic island for a year. After 90 Degrees North, K17 Films is planning to shoot a long feature, again directed by Detsky Graffam, with the working title Echo and Narcissus.
Marianne Graffam

Marianne Graffam

Marianne Graffam was born in Hamburg and went to London to study English and Drama, Theatre Studies at Royal Holloway, University of London, before receiving a scholarship by the Arts and Humanity Research Board (ARHB) to study Performing at The Central School of Speech and Drama. She produced her own theatre show in London with Central alumni and has also co-produced most of Detsky's projects in the past.
Detsky Graffam

Detsky Graffam

Detsky has worked as a director and editor for the BBC, Channel 4, Nickelodeon and Comedy Central. His short films have won several awards and prizes. In 2006 Peace of Mind won 1st Prize at the ITV Cobravision Awards. How I Learned to Love Richard Gere received the Caroline’s Comedy Emerging Talent Award at the Hamptons International Film Festival, 2008. Morgengrauen (Slither) won 2nd Prize at the Going Underground Film Festival, Berlin, 2008. The short film Down Under won 1st place at the 20th Century Fox Sehnsucht Australian Awards. Detsky is currently developing his feature film debut.
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