A MINI festival is taking place this weekend, featuring films by children and young people from Brighton.
Dukes at The Komedia on Gardner Street will roll out the red carpet for Saturday’s special screenings.
The venue will host Sparks Film and Media Arts, showing six films written, directed, produced and directed by young people aged eight to 15 from Brighton and Hove.
The film school started in February this year and offers weekly courses and holiday camps for children and young people.
It has worked with over 70 local youngsters and will feature A Spy Through Time, Cartoon Chaos, The Puppeteer, The Blue Unknown, Senseless and Wild Science! as well as some of her favorite “mini movies” created by the Sparks crew.
Nick Ford, Principal, said: “Since we started we have been amazed by the creativity and dedication of all our young filmmakers.
“They have produced such great and technical films and it has been an absolute pleasure to work with them.
“We thought it was time to bring these films to the big screen to celebrate the incredible work of our young crew and say a big thank you to the wonderful families, children and young people we have had the pleasure to to work with.”
The free event takes place on Saturday from 11:30am to 1:30pm at The Komedia and tickets are available from Eventbrite.
https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/21477627.young-brighton-hove-filmmakers-work-showcased-dukes-komedia/?ref=rss The work of young filmmakers from Brighton and Hove is shown at Dukes at The Komedia