Film fest seeks student works

Judges will compare films submitted by middle and high school students

Grab your cameras, the Victoria Film Festival’s FilmCAN is back.

FilmCAN is expanding its reach this year, and offering an opportunity for school-aged  filmmakers get a taste of the process from creation to distribution and promotion, to the exhibition of their film.

The FilmCAN competition invites youth from middle and high schools on Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands to make a short film and upload it to the FilmCAN website. Films must be between two and four minutes in length and be uploaded to vimeo.com/groups/filmcan by Dec. 15.

Visit www.victoriafilmfestival.com or email mentor@victoriafilmfestival.com for details.

reporter@peninsulanewsreview.com

 

 

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