Green Scenes: Environmental Short Film Festival
Local filmmakers are urged to dust off their lenses to be ready for the Gladstone Arts Council's 2013 Green Scenes: Environmental Short Film Festival.
Each year, in conjunction with Gladstone Regional Council's EcoFest celebrations, the Gladstone Arts Council calls for entries from groups or individuals of all ages and levels of experience to submit an environmentally messaged short film.
Gladstone Arts Council president Wesley Walker said the festival has attracted a great deal of interest from film makers and following the introduction of the Going Viral film length last year, are again calling for films no more than 30 seconds in length.
“New media artists are gaining strength in the Gladstone Region,” he said.
“Green Scenes provides an opportunity for local artists to reach wider audiences and share important environmental messages.”
Entry forms are available at the Gallery/Museum and online at the Gladstone Arts Council Facebook page, or phone 4976 6766 for further information.
Green Scenes is made possible through the generous support of Queensland Alumina Limited.
Follow the link for your EcoFest program and further information: http://www.gladstone.qld.gov.au/web/guest/ecofest1