Student Film-Makers Make Their Debut At Renowned Festival
A prestigious London film festival is airing a record 15 films produced by Kensington and Chelsea College students.
The Portobello Film Festival, renowned for showcasing new talent, is debuting a series of film shorts from students on the college’s Video Production and Multimedia course.
Exploring a range of genres from silent pieces and music videos to documentaries and surreal comedies, the students are hoping to entertain their audience with their eclectic range of film-making styles.
The budding film-makers will be showcasing their collection on Monday September 13 from 6pm at Westbourne Studios, in Acklam Road, West London.
Course tutor David Barker, said:
‘This is a very exciting opportunity for these students to get their work seen by people in the industry and other walks of life. All events at the festival are free; so get there as early as possible if you want a front row seat.’
The free festival runs from September 2-19 across a variety of locations in and around Portobello. For more information visit: www.portobellofilmfestival.com
Date published: 25 August 2010