Congratulations to all our winners.
CMP2: WHYRM Music Video – Harry Steele, Jen Montacute, Naomi Miller and Oscar Knock
CMP1: The Future Is Now – Erin Turnbull, Joe Evans, Ryan Hemington, Alex Dodd and Bradley Turner
A2: Respawn – Lydia Stock and Amy Layton
AS: Duloxetine – Poppy Dixon and Sophie Cottle
FDA1: Adrenaline – Matt Fowler and Charlie Holman
Taunton College: Born an Artist – Owen Nutkins
Winner: Fifteen Years –Anthony Ring
Runner Up: Nativity – Ginafranco Antacido
Animation: Journey – Radheya Jegatheva
PEOPLES CHOICE AWARD – Demons – Anke Kuballa
Winners of the Bridgwater College Film and Music Festival:
Music Video – Girls Don’t Cry Wolf – John Chigas
Documentary – Trapped – Long Tran
Animation – Madama Butterfly – Lea Najjar
Comedy – Online Love – James Johnson
Drama – Frames – Inés Galiano
Congratulation to all our winners – the awards ceremony is on Friday between 5pm – 6pm at The McMillan Theatre, Bridgwater.
Bridgwater College’s inaugural Film and Music Festival will be held on 21st and 22nd April 2016. The aim of the festival is to promote and celebrate the work of young people locally and nationally that can be shared and enjoyed by their peers and the local community. Bridgwater College’s Film and Music festival will give artists and audiences the chance to enjoy output from fresh creative voices keen to become involved in the creative industries.
The festival is a two-day event that will include screenings from competition submissions, Bridgwater College students and industry professionals. Talks, panels and debates will be held involving filmmakers – those working at the height of their professions as well as those embarking on their careers – with a view to engaging audiences in cultural interaction. The schedule also includes exciting and stimulating DJ and band performances combing the worlds of film and music.
We are inviting short film submissions from young people attending local schools and colleges, but also from aspiring filmmakers in the community. This is an excellent opportunity to screen your work and to be nominated for an award at our ceremony and wrap party held on the evening of Friday 22nd April.
Bridgwater College’s Film and Music Festival is committed to inspiring film and music makers of tomorrow and celebrating the creative work of young people in Bridgwater and the surrounding communities. We hope that this will be the first of many and look forward to seeing you there.