14 May 2020
The Govett-Brewster Art Gallery/Len Lye Centre has extended its community film project deadline.
Budding filmmakers now have until Wednesday 27th May 2020 to submit their short film, capturing life in their (extended) bubble.
Entrants will have their submissions reviewed by film industry panellists, and also have an opportunity to see their film screened at a red carpet event, when it is safe to do so, at the Len Lye cinema.
The Govett-Brewster’s Community Film Project, which launched on 1st May, aims to provide a platform to bring audiences together in this unique, challenging time and celebrate the arts and creativity as a vital part of our being.
We're still on the lookout for short film creations, that provide insight into our current lives.
No previous experience is required, and entry is free and open to anyone. We want to make this opportunity as accessible to as many people as possible.
All films contributed to this community project will be shown on the Govett-Brewster YouTube channel.
There's even a chance for entrants to win spot prizes and see their film screened at a future red carpet event at Len Lye Cinema, when it is safe to do so.
Whether first-timers or professional filmmakers, entrants now have until midnight on 27th May 2020, to submit a short film, which can be of any length, up to five minutes long.
For more details on submit and terms & conditions, visit the Govett-Brewster Cinema page.