Students from PQA Enfield were delighted that their short films 'Break Time', 'Guilt' and 'RS934' had been selected for the inaugural PQA National and Regional Film Festival at the Empire Cinema in Leicester Square on Sunday 25th November and the Everyman Cinema in Muswell Hill on Sunday 18th November.
Students, parents and teachers from PQA, whose films were selected by a judging panel of leading industry professionals, walked the red carpet before watching their films on the big screen followed by a glitzy awards ceremony.
Our PQA Enfield students put in many hours devising, performing and producing every element of their film. Their hard work paid off when it was selected for the festival by the judging panel. Their films were shown alongside films from Academies from across the country, and all the films screened covered a wide range of subjects and styles.
Principal Will McGinley said: "I would like to congratulate all the students and our film teacher Claudio who have contributed fantastic films. It is a great achievement and testament to the quality of film and television education at PQA Enfield. Film & TV at PQA Enfield is important, and these festival events are a chance for students not only to see their films on the big screen but also to have an opportunity to learn new things about filmmaking and to meet other young filmmakers and actors from across PQA".
The young filmmakers who travelled to Muswell Hill Everyman Cinema also attended masterclasses in Cinematography; Light and Framing and the Art of Foley and Sound Effects with industry professionals.
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Posted on January 11, 2019