From Stephen Harrison's wonderful a few smallish fish blog:
The Nativity Factor is a short film competition from ITN Productions and Jerusalem Productions, which asks entrants to tell the story of the Nativity in a new and creative way. The competition has run for the last four years and previously offered a prize of 5000 pounds.
This year "in an effort to reach a wider audience and bring The Nativity Factor community closer together during the Christmas season" they added a new twist to the competition.
"Instead of submitting individual short films, contestants submitted themselves to take part in a professionally produced short film. The winners joined professionals in the filmmaking field for a weekend in London, where they received the mentoring experience of a lifetime."
They have produced two great films this year focusing on the message given by the angels.
The first, called "The Audition" is clearly targeted for an older audience. It is kind of confronting in the starkness of the story telling but it has a powerful ending.
The second film #Nativity is quirky but still delivers a great message.
Check them out: