THE Harvey Centre is set to host a movie awards night with a difference at their Cineworld Cinema on Thursday 29th November, complete with a red carpet and photo opportunities for all.
Eight teams of students from Harlow College have been working tirelessly to create their own short film to go head to head with their peers in a competition to uncover the best film maker. The genre of the production is ‘horror’ and each team, made up of around six students, is responsible for the entire production process.
Eight films are set to be showcased on The Harvey Centre’s social media channels and website with the opportunity for the public to vote for their favourite online, make sure to visit www.theharveycentre.com/essexfilmmaker to cast your vote! Voting commences on the 22nd November.
From 4.30pm – 7pm on Thursday 29th November the eight films will be screened at Cineworld at The Harvey Centre in front of a panel of judges including Bryan Young (Centre Manager, The Harvey Centre), Richard Crabtree (Lecturer, Harlow College) and Red Imlah (Cineworld) and up to 200 guests including members of the public.
The winning team will win studio hire from Flirt PR, a voucher from Legends Hairdressers for make up and hair styling and three days of green screen studio hire from Phoenix Resources. Catering on the night will be provided by Burger Priest, who will put on a spread of delicious nibbles to satisfy guests during the event.
Bryan Young, Centre Manager at The Harvey Centre says; “We’re really looking forward to hosting such an exciting evening, showcasing Harlow’s incredible young talent. It’s a great opportunity for the community to connect and celebrate the achievements of these young students and we’re thrilled to be able to support them in this way.”
Delta Muntean, Assistant Academy Manager at Harlow College says; “The Media teachers continue to utilise their industry contacts extremely well to develop very imaginative ‘live’ project briefs. Project briefs are inspiring and ensure learners have abundant opportunities to produce a wide range of outstanding creative and original work to be showcased on a big screen at The Harvey Centre’s Cineworld. I am very proud of the hard work the teaching staff, students and The Harvey Centre team have put in to make the event a huge success.”
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