Aspiring film makers to show off their work
THE Reel Collective presents Flicker on Friday at Stroud's SVA from 7pm showcasing the work of young film-makers.
Lawrence Chaplin and Ruby Kester from Thomas Keble Secondary School and Aimee Goldsmith from Hereford Sixth Form College, aged 15 to 17, have created an event during their one week of work experience at the SVA.
Calling themselves Reel Collective they are hosting event Flicker, to showcase young people's short films at 7pm in SVA on John Street.
"There are so many aspiring film-makers on YouTube who do not get enough recognition for the amazing work they do," said Laura Harwood, who has submitted her short film.
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