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BCS OCTOBER FILMFEST PLANS

Whether you are 8 or 80, why not make a film for this year’s Brightwell Film Festival? The films will be shown on  8 October 2016 in Brightwell Village Hall. Tickets are £5 each, available soon from the village shop, and there will be an awards ceremony for everyone taking part.

Helen Baines writes: 'Enter a film of any subject - drama, documentary, comedy, suspense, animation… anything that will grab an audience. The films need to have been made this year and should be no longer than 5 minutes.

'We’re looking for imagination rather than technical perfection - no previous film-making experience is necessary.'

This is a Community Association event. To see some films from the previous festival go to the Brightwell cum Sotwell Youtube channel.https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC05jXkxkAsVf_OGeHEPASMQ

Entry forms and guidelines are available here entry_form film_festival_2016.pdf and guidelines_-_film_festival_2016.pdf  or email Helen Baines: mail@teambaines.plus.com

The deadline for entries is 30th September.

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