Young peoples’ film-making skills celebrated

Written by on 21st October 2014

It doesn’t take a film studio and a million pound budget to make a film.

Sometimes all you need is a video camera, some friends and a great idea, backed by the help of your teachers.

This is what the Lincolnshire Awards for Film Teamwork Achievement aims to demonstrate, through its annual ceremony.

Backed by two film studios, a variety of sponsors and patron Jim Broadbent, the LAFTAs event brings together schools from across the county to celebrate their work and reward some of them.

Our reporter Sebastian Edgington-Cole attended the ceremony, so click listen to find out more.


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