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THIS YEAR the programme of educational events at the International Film Festival of Wales (IFFW) will run over seven days starting on November 30 to December 8.
The events aim to give those interested in filmmaking an opportunity to learn from experienced practitioners, to find out how they can get started in the industry and what new technical developments are revolutionising film.
The sessions will cover: the craft of film – camera, cinematography, directing, writing for film, project development; film technology – digital film, financial and creative implications, the latest special effects, interactive opportunities; writing, directing, acting comedy; and animation.
As well as the Future Creative day events, there are film premieres, screenings and other special events which may be of interest.
Discount group rates are being offered for multiple visits and also special ticket deals.
For bookings and group reservations contact the Festival Box Office on Tel: 08700 13 18 12.
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