The borough’s amateur filmmakers can grab a chance to be part of East End film festival
Talented filmmakers in Tower Hamlets can grab a chance to see their work on the silver screen as part of the East End Film Festival.
The next generation of Steven Spielbergs or Martin Scorseses have until Monday to submit a one-and-a-half minute film on the theme of Capital Tales.
The film, which can be on any subject and use any of the borough’s diverse locations, stands to win �500 if picked as the best.
It will then be screened at the film festival between April 27 and May 4 and from 11 films representing participating London boroughs, one will be chosen for the Best of Borough Awards.
The competition is part of the London Borough Film Fund Challenge and is supported by Tower Hamlets council and Film London.
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For further information, visit towerhamletsarts.org.uk.
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