Worcester film festival announces third year of their film trail  - The Worcester Observer

Worcester film festival announces third year of their film trail 

Worcester Editorial 26th May, 2024   0

WORCESTER film festival and artists clubhouse have announced the third year of their film inspired art trail ‘Light, Camera…Paint’.

The trail runs throughout September around the city centre and features works created by local people, charities and organisations to celebrate the festival launch.

This year the theme ‘Movie Mash-Ups’ has been introduced, encouraging artists to think outside the box.

A panel will chose 20 entries with to be included in the final trail and is open to all artists, with Worcestershire locals being given priority.

Five further artworks will be created by local charities/organisations and/or artists that practise with sustainable materials.

Kirstie from Worcester Film Festival said: “There is a place for every creative discipline in the process of making a film, I have seen that community come together, and that is really something special”.

‘Lights, Camera…Paint’ was created as part of the festival to celebrate the synergy art has with film.

Emily Johnson, founder said: “We aim to encourage everyone to get involved in creativity in some way as a benefit to their wellbeing, whether it’s through seeing art, discovering and talking about new films with likeminded people or exploring being creative for themselves.

“All can be such a benefit for positive mental health.”

The competition brief is now available at artistsclubhouse.com until the deadline of 19th July 2024.

The chosen pieces will be on display across the city from August 24 – September, 29.

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