New film festival to help young Bristol film makers jump into the industry
A new film festival will offer budding Bristol filmmakers the chance to have their work screened at the Watershed and judged by industry professionals.
Entries can now be submitted for the Jump Cut Short Film Festival, which will take place on May 12, and is open to anyone aged 18 to 30.
The festival hopes to appeal to new filmmakers as well as those with more experience and there will be awards for beginners and intermediate filmmakers, with entries judged according to their creativity rather than the technical resources used.
It’s being organised by the University of Bristol’s three filmmaking societies – the University of Bristol Filmmaking Society (UBFS), InHouse Media and Studiospace Film – to provide a platform for students and young filmmakers to showcase their work, be judged by and meet industry professionals, network and be recognised for their achievements.
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Director of Jump Cut Antonia Tootill said: “There is such a wealth of young creative talent and we felt that there was no opportunity for them to showcase their filmmaking skills, hence we came up with the idea for Jump Cut. It’s open to all independent filmmakers between the ages of 18 and 30, whether they’ve got years of experience or are just starting out.
“We can’t wait to see what people come up with and hope the film festival itself will become a permanent date in Bristol’s creative calendar. It will offer those who attend a unique insight into the industry, which seems so daunting to both newcomers and up and coming stars. It will be a fantastic chance to network with other film fans, chat to professionals and watch some brilliant short films.”
For further information, visit www.jumpcutfestival.co.uk