Media students at Oaklands College will have the opportunity to have their cinematic creations shown on the big screen at this year’s Beacon Film Festival, to be held in Welwyn Garden City and you can secure a free TICKET to be at the public screening this February.
This is the second year BTEC Creative Media and Foundation Degree students have been involved in the film festival with Hertfordshire’s Victim Care Centre Beacon, which invites filmmakers from all across the world to submit films focused on experiencing on being a victim of crime.
In addition to a shortlist of films shown to audiences at the festival this year the event also will deliver a dynamic programme of filmmaking and victims’ awareness workshops to highlight the impact crime has on its victims.
The festival will take place at Campus West in Welwyn Garden City from 7th – 9th February, culminating with screening on the submissions to the festival on the evening of Friday 9th February.
All events are free of charge and open to anyone apart from the film screenings which are 15 or over.
For more information and to register for your ticket, head to https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/beacon-film-festival-2018-tickets-41941791026