90 seconds of fame
3rd March 2010
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Richmond Council and Film London have launched a film-making competition - capture the essence of what Richmond means to you, and the best entrant wins the £300 prize. Sounds easy? Well, your silver screen masterpiece can only be 90 seconds long. Ah. More creativity required then.

Other boroughs throughout London are running similar challenges, and the winning entrant from each will go forward into the Film London's The Best of Film London in 90 Seconds. This is a fantastic opportunity for any aspiring young film-makers and directors to make use of the resources available through entering the competition, and also a great chance to get their work judged by a panel of industry professionals.

Richmond Council’s Arts Service is providing a free workshop for all participants at Orleans House Gallery on 20 March. It will provide guidance on film techniques, story-boarding, editing and the use of film software.

The overall winner and The Best of Film London in 90 Seconds film will be shown at a public screening during a presentation in summer 2010
The competition is open to all borough residents, and there is no age limit.
The deadline for entrants is on Friday 16 April 2010.
To submit films or book a place at one of the workshops contact heather.burgess@richmond.gov.uk or call 020 8487 5266.

Silas Van Der Bas

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