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CALL FOR ENTRIES – REGENERATION SHORT FILM FESTIVAL

Regeneration is an open-entry short film festival dedicated to the theme of sustainable regeneration and construction. The aim of the festival is to provide an inclusive international show-case for all types of built environment professionals, film-makers, artists, students and school children to show their films/animations about sustainable development and construction. Films are particularly encouraged from the social perspective of development.

Entries are now invited and due in by the end of 31st December 2013.Please submit your film through Eventbrite – Regeneration Film Festival 2014 

Preference will be given to short film entries from 2 -30mins in length. The best film will be awarded the Gold Brick award by a celebrity at the Building Awards on 02 April 2014 and selected films will be shown at Ecobuild 2014

Queries can be directed through Eventbrite. Selected films will be shown at Ecobuild 2014.

For further details please visit www.henriettalynch.com

Supporters of the Regeneration Film Festival have said the following:

 ‘The NLA is pleased to support the Regeneration Film Festival – film/video is now so accessible to both makers and viewers that it is now by far the most effective medium for disseminating ideas and promoting change’.

Peter Murray: New London Architecture

I believe this will be an inspirational event that works to link different facets of the built environment design professions – I am really looking forward to the event and seeing the competition entries’

Stephen R Hodder MBE RIBA President 2013-2015

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