3-5 Thorpe Cl, London W10 5XL

NFTS/BFI Film Academy For Young People plus London Filmmakers Convention.

6.30 - 10pm

NFTS/BFI Film Academy 2017 was a craft residential academy for 66 young filmmakers aged between 16 and 19 who made 6 films at the National Film and Television School.

2017 Movies introduced by the film makers themselves and mentor Shola Amoo.:
The Chime Of Youth
Have Some
Look At What The Cat Dragged In
Red Miss
Rotting In The Middle

London (And Elsewhere) Film Makers Convention

Steel Is Reel But Carbon Is Quicker (Dominic Wade) 10 mins
Thirty years ago the idea of a Briton winning the Tour De France would have been unthinkable. But now UK is a cycling tour de force with Wiggins, Trott and Cavendish winning Golds around the world. Documentary.

Community Journalism After Grenfell (Daniel Renwick) 30 mins
Focussing on community self-organisation and empowerment after faliure of the State following the Grenfell tragedy. Documentary.

Stranger At The Door (Kate Tuck) 15 mins
Forced to live in seclusion with her reclusive father, a young girl is tempted wen a stranger knocks at her door. Drama.

Run (Jonathan Reid-Edwards) 15 mins
Ray decides to put his new relationship with Janie to the test: he’s going to tell her everything. Drama.

La Lune Folle (Meneka Das) 10 mins
After the loss f a loved one, timid Sally struggles to face an audition at a music Conservatoire. Drama.

The Green Man (Steve Kendrick) 15 mins
Three friends investigating a historic chemical spill find themselves in a desperate situation. Horror.

Timbre (Gareth Peevers) 4 mins
A man struggles to comprehend as the world descends into silence. Horror.

This Is Wrestling (Martin Watchorn) 67 mins
Looking at the importance of fans to the wrestling industry and how the development of social media has changed fan interaction. Documentary.

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