Film Clapper Board
First ever online film festival for Forth Valley College
Forth Valley College is working in partnership with The Tolbooth, Stirling to deliver its first ever Forth Valley Film Festival.
The online film festival launched on Friday 26 June 2020 and is being screened through to Sunday 5 July 2020. It is showcasing the work of the College’s Creative Industries students.
The free film festival is open to all and can be viewed by visiting https://stirlingevents.org/festival/forth-valley-film-festival/
The following films are being screened during the event:
• Marianthi Andreopoulos - “Lockdown”
• Kyle Burns - “Is Live Alive”
• NC Media Showcase
• Tanner Mulay - “The Hillside”
• Natasha Gray - “Black Dog”
• Federica LaMarca & Peter Murphy - “Life After Z”
Viewers are also able to interact with the festival and learn more about the filmmakers on Twitter by using the hashtag #FVFilmFest
New and current students of Forth Valley College are also being offered access to a VIP area hosted in Moodle, the College’s Virtual Learning Environment. The VIP area offers additional bonus material and a prize draw.
Fi Milligan Rennie, Curriculum Manager for the College’s Creative Industries Department:
“We had a very successful Arts Festival in partnership with the Tolbooth in March this year and hoped to capitalise on that success with an end of year screening, however the coronavirus pandemic meant we had to think more crearively and the idea of an online film festival was born.
“Our students are so excited to have the opportunity to showcase their work to such a wide audience. It means a lot to them after all their hard work throughout the year and particularly this year, with all the challenges they’ve faced due to lockdown. I’m exceptionally proud of the way they pulled together to create the festival and we’ve already had some great feedback around the quality of the films that are being screened. There’s a little bit of something for everyone and it’s great to get somany lovely comments.
“Whilst this was our first film festival, we hope it will become a regular fixture in the college calendar for years to come. We are hugely grateful to the Tolbooth team for their support is arranging the festival.”