LOWDEF SCREENING AND FILM SHOW AND TELL
BRIGHTON DIGITAL FESTIVAL 2012
THURSDAY 27 SEPTEMBER 2012
On the evening of 27th September, Lighthouse will host two film screening events as part of Brighton Digital Festival 2012.
This double-bill screening event will begin with Film Show and Tell a showcase of digital shorts by local talent. Back at school, Show and Tells were an opportunity for us to show things that we were proud of and talk about them with our peers. In keeping with this tradition, Brighton filmmakers will be screening their films and talking about the process of making them with the audience who will be encouraged to ask questions and give feedback. The three films we are screening have been chosen not only because they are great but they are all interesting case studies and should be a great topic of discussion. The films we will be screening include:
For more information and to book tickets please go to – filmshowandtell12.eventbrite.co.uk
The second event of the evening will be LowDef Film and Video Screening showing one minute films made on any “low definition” format from mobile phones to super 8. Expect the unexpected LowDef will screen an eclectic mix of 1 minute videos made on any low definition format, featuring the best digital entries of the last 4 years of LowDef, followed by new submissions.
LowDef wants you to get your pixels in line and make a one-minute video. It could be video art or comedy, home-movie or animation. You can be an experienced filmmaker or a first-timer, and use any digital format – camcorder, mobile, webcam, scanner…For more information and to submit your entry, email email@example.com.
Wait – there’s more. From 8pm there will also be an informal film networking event at Lighthouse reception area, please reserve your place here greenroom092012.eventbrite.co.uk
Date: Thursday 27 September 2012
Film Show & Tell: 18:30 – 19:45
LowDef Screening: 20:00 – 21:00
Green Room Networking: 20:00 – 22:00
Booking: All events are free, but booking is recommended. Please register your place here:
Brighton Digital Festival is a celebration of digital culture. It is run by members of Brighton’s arts and digital communities, administered by Wired Sussex in association with Lighthouse and supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
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