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Young film makers wanted in Wymondham

PUBLISHED: 17:10 10 August 2010 | UPDATED: 11:35 16 September 2010

Budding Steven Spielbergs will have the chance to learn the art of film making at a special workshop this month.

As part of the build up to the Wymondham Film Festival, organiser Creative Arts East is inviting those aged 16 to 25 to spend the day with professional film makers to produce short movies about their local community.

BUDDING Steven Spielbergs will have the chance to learn the art of film making at a special workshop this month.

As part of the build up to the Wymondham Film Festival, organiser Creative Arts East is inviting those aged 16 to 25 to spend the day with professional film makers to produce short movies about their local community.

The workshop will allow participants to hone their writing, directing and producing skills, as well as interview techniques, story boarding and prop making.

All the movies will receive a grand premier at the film festival, which is taking place at Wymondham's Regal Cinema on November 20 and 21.

The workshop will take place at Fairland Hall, in Wymondham, on August 19 between 10am and 4pm. The closing date for booking is August 13.

Creative Arts East are also looking for young adults to get involved with the developing, organising and managing of the festival.

For more information, call Elly Wilson on 01953 713395, e-mail elly@creativeartseast.co.uk or visit www.creativeartseast.co.uk


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