St Albans Film Festival attracting interest from all over the world

11:49 05 January 2014

Filmmakers from across the globe will be showcasing their movies at the 2nd St Albans Film Festival.

The annual festival will be returning bigger and better in 2014 from May 1 to May 4.

The deadline for entries to be submitted has been extended until February 1.

Organisers of the festival confirmed via social media that the event has already attracted interest from as far afield as Australia and South America.

The festival’s Twitter account, @StAlbansFF, tweeted last month: “Entries from Venezuela, Australia, Spain & all across the UK today.”

During the festival, film-lovers will get the chance to see some unique and fantastic movies at various venues around the city.

There will also be workshops with talks from respected names from the entertainment industry.

Visit stalbansfilmfestival.com for more information about the St Albans Film Festival.

Related articles

0 comments

More news stories

Yesterday, 13:21
Robert Wagstaff and Gary at the Grand Canyon.

The sky is the limit for a 24-year-old Royston animator who has taken his first steps on the film festival circuit.

Yesterday, 08:31
Marion Mason, UKIP, Ken Murphy, Chair of Governors, Eleanor Daws, Simon Saggers, Green, Heidi Allen, Conservative, Sebastian Kindersley, Liberal Democrat, Duncan Cooper, Headteacher and Cameron Denchfield

General election day came early to Bassingbourn Village College last week when five candidates were grilled by students.

Mon, 11:58
Police have issued a warning about a possible rise in pension fraud after regulations change next week.

Pension fraud is likely to rise after new government rules come into effect next week, Herts police have warned.

Mon, 05:21
Herts Air Ambulance is launching an open gardens scheme in the county in 2015

Calling all green-fingered supporters of the Herts Air Ambulance team – show off your prized plot this summer and be part of the charity’s inaugural Summer of Open Gardens.

”North

Most read stories

Most commented stories

Digital Edition

Image
Read the Royston Crow e-edition today E-edition