Medway Visions Film Festival is back!

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Medway Visions is back and it needs your films! Medway Visions promotes independent filmmaking from around the world but a big emphasis will be placed on local upcoming filmmakers who have produced a short film, feature film or music video that needs to be seen!

The film festival is a new venture by Rochester filmmaker Mr Young, himself a indie filmmaker who has seen his short films and his debut feature film screened at festivals around the world and broadcast on television.

Medway Visions – Year One was a huge success, bringing together local arts providers and using their strengths to bring a passionate audience the best indie shorts and features from around the world and, of course, from Medway.  Last year’s event can be found here:

http://www.themoontheeye.com/medwayvisionsyearone

In order to submit your film email medwayvisions@themoontheeye.com with:
Title, running time, a brief synopsis, cast and crew list, previous screenings.
We will then ask you to send a DVD in due course.

 

For further details please visit our website: http://www.themoontheeye.com/medwayvisions

or our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/medwayvisions

 

 

 

 

SureShotFilmsUK Launch New Video

SureShotFilmsUK are a small production company of 10 film makers lead by Director Cameron Ward with the assistance of Henry-Ashton-Ward. Set up in August 2011, the aim of the Blackpool based crew is to create special effects videos through limited means. Launching their new video ” Sentinel 22″ they hope to create a bigger, more consistent fan base and continue to bring out high quality videos on a weekly basis.

Using just a Canon 600D, tripod and a homemade fig-rig they have managed to create short films with special effects, which is something they want to make people more aware of in the UK. FreddieW (YouTube) has made this genre popular in the US  and they would also love to create their own series of shows based on a storyline.

The video was made in Poulton-Le-Fylde near some abandoned buildings, it took about 5 hours to shoot and 25 hours to edit.

Follow Cameron on Twitter

@cam_ward

along with

@sureshotfilmsuk

Cameron Ward
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