Students can submit short films for festival

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STUDENTS in the City of Joondalup will have an opportunity to showcase their cinematography skills at the annual Synthesis Film Festival next month.

St Stephen’s School Duncraig will host the short film festival for the fourth consecutive year.

Categories include best senior production for years 11 and 12, best middle school production for years 7 to 10 and best upper primary production for years 4 to 6. There are prizes worth more than $1000 up for grabs, with judging by ECU.

Head of the arts Pippa Travaglione encouraged people from all categories to explore their creativity, particularly calling for more one-minute film submissions from the primary students.

Synthesis Film Festival will screen at 7pm on Thursday, October 17, in the Duncraig school’s theatre.

It is part of the whole school’s Synthesis Exhibition from October 18 to 23, which this year is themed Kaleidoscope.

Visit www.synthesisfilmfestival.com.au.

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