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On Thursday 19th May The Northern School Of Art is set to showcase the next generation of North-East filmmakers at The Northern Film Festival at ARC Stockton.

The evening is the culmination of students of the school’s BA (Hons) Film, TV & Theatre Production degree and is an opportunity to present their final short films, as well as talk about them in a post-screening discussion. 

The films feature performances from The Northern School of Art’s Acting for Stage & Screen degree students and see the students collaborate with the Production Design, Costume Interpretation with Design and Visual Effects and Model Making degree programmes. 

The four films being screened are: 
Boulder & Pebble Written and Directed by Samuel Burt – A sporting coming of age tale. 
Midnight Written and Directed by Anna Bant A film filled with deception, violence and betrayal that chronicles a young woman’s night out.  
Love BethanyWritten and directed by Oscar W. Fitchett – a haunting tale of guilt and grief.
A Story of Love and Interplanetary WarfareWritten and Directed by Robbie Tweedale – A sci-fi boy meets girl story.

Jonny Bussell, Faculty Leader for Stage & Screen at The Northern School of Art, adds… “The Festival will be a fantastic celebration of the superb work our third year students have created. They have worked incredibly hard on these films throughout the academic year. It is a great showcase of their skill, creativity and passion for filmmaking.” 

The event starts at 7pm. Tickets are Pay What You Decide and can be booked here.

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