The festival is organised by KTV, Kent Union’s television station, and is independent of any curricular film practice. The festival aims to showcase the outstanding talent from student filmmakers at Kent.
The films by School of Arts students include:
- Steps of Detachment, directed by Elliot Bowden, who is studying on the BA (Hons) in Film and Drama
- Cigarettes and Alcohol, directed by Alfie Court who is also studying on the BA (Hons) in Film and Drama
- You Won’t Remember Me, directed by Victor Blaho who is studying on the BA (Hons) in Film with an Approved Year Abroad
- Sending to the Sea, directed by Iris Perović who is studying on the BA (Hons) in Film and Drama
- Sweet Child of Mine, directed by Tyler Hamblin, who is studying on the BA (Hons) in Film.
SECL student Dominic Taylor, who is studying on the BA (Hons) in Religious Studies and Philosophy, has also directed a contribution entitled Waiting for Certainty.
The filmmakers have dedicated weeks of their time to adhere to each of the key component of filmmaking, giving them the opportunity to use skills vital in the film industry and tell sophisticated stories. The festival aims to be a celebration of film, friends and fulfilment, as well as a chance to hear from our directors themselves and learn about their experiences on set. All are welcome to the festival, where from cast and crew, family and friends will be present.
Entrance to individual films costs £3; an all-day ticket costs £12, with an option of a VIP ticket including access to buffet lunch and glass of Prosecco or soft drink at £14.
For full details, please see the KTV Facebook page.