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Plumstead Integration Project , a creative voluntary organisation based in the local area, is hosting an all day film festival in Woolwich at the Greenwich and Lewisham Young People’s Theatre, aka Tramshed, on 28th April 2012. This is the second year of their International Short Film Festival, called Edge of The City, during which filmmakers from all over the world submit their films and compete for the title of the most “edgy” documentary or fiction. Their Festival has been partly funded this year by Mayor of London and Team London and the Rouben Foundation, which awarded The Edge through a tough competition. PIP scooped the award for the second time in a row, last year from Capital Foundation, which enabled them to offer a series of free classes in filmmaking to the local residents. The series consisted of lectures in film and hands-on workshops in the local venue in Plumstead High Street. Participants have learnt the complexity of film narrative and visual aesthetics and at the end of the series they were ready to submit their own film to the Festival.
Having attended all the workshops, a local amateur photographer, Goretti Pereira, stated: "through these classes I started critically analysing films which I watch. I cannot just enjoy films anymore, I have to analyse them, and it feels great! It helped me understand the whole complexity of film practice, and how emotion and perception play a major role in film production. We have received a free film course from Matthew Hawkins, a higher education lecturer in film, on our doorstep in Plumstead. We should have more of this in the future!"
The future is coming on 28th April in Tramshed at midday under the name of The Big Gala: the Programme will open with introductions from the organisers, and the first shortlisted film will kick off at 1.15pm! The day will be full of creative attraction, such as, photographic exhibition by Goretti Pereira and Sandra Marilia, a comedy act written for the Festival by Ray Buddy Hell, a jazz act by Maciek Hrybowicz and Friends, a fashion show by Asake Oge, an all day live edit installation by Matthew Hawkins, and many great films screened till 10pm!
The full Programme is available on the website: www.edgeofthecityfilmfestial.org.uk through which tickets to this event are also sold.
The event is family oriented and everyone is welcome, the bar will be open till late.
For any further inquires, please contact Edge of the City at email@example.com or call 07759612066
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Name: GREENWICH And LEWISHAM YOUNG PEOPLE'S THEATRE
Phone: 020 8854 1316
Type of venue: Theatre
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