Young filmmakers round Exeter have an opportunity to show off their stuff with a chance for their short film to be screened at Exeter’s Vue cinema at the new Exeter Shorts Film Festival.
Entries for filmmakers in two age categories -under 16; and 16-24 -are being sought, and the organisers are getting in touch with Exeter schools and colleges.
Films need to be under 10 minutes long and can be submitted on the Exeter Shorts website.
Exeter Vue is leading the drive for the new film competition, which it hopes will be an annual event, and the project is being supported by Exeter College, ISCA, First Light, Animated Exeter, and the whole gang here at D&CFilm.
We’ll also have a representative on the judging committee along with Vue staff, filmmakers and interested others including Nick Southall, Paul Moxham, Laural Mackrill, Martin Lejeune, Sam Cook and Sara Squires and Suzannah Shaw of Animated Exeter.
Finalists will be shown in two special two-hour screenings at the Exeter Vue on Tuesday, September 27, with the 6pm performance showing the the under 16 films and the 8.30pm one showing the 16-24 year age group.
The closing date for entries is Sunday, July 31.
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