We are looking for entries for short films to be screened at next year’s SIREN FESTIVAL
Do you have a burning environmental concern?
Do you care about the amount of plastic washed in to the sea every day?
Is your community in danger of going under water?
Do you have a favourite poem about the sea or conservation?
What would you put in a message in a bottle to the world?
Are you travelling somewhere where you could film the sea and its life?
We are looking for short films about climate change, coastal erosion, plastic and acoustic pollution which pack an emotional punch from 1 – 20 minutes long. You can be a beginner or a professional film-maker. You can be three or one hundred and three. It can be part of your Geography or Media syllabus at school or University or a project you make in your spare time.
YOU CAN MAKE A DOCUMENTARY, AN ANIMATION, A DRAMA, A POETRY VIDEO OR A CAMPAIGN VIDEO.
There will be a workshop on February 29th 2020 in Aldeburgh led by Vanessa Raison to discuss your film ideas and film language and provide tips on how to research, plan, write the script and make a storyboard and shot list.
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