Children have fun with the art of filmmaking at Gozo Film Festival

Email item Email item Print item Print item

Children have fun with the art of filmmaking at Gozo Film FestivalChildren and families attending the Gozo Film Festival at the Citadel this morning, had a great time watching 3 short children’s movies, which was followed by a workshop on filmmaking, with filmmaker Frederico Chini, which proved to be lots of fun, educational and enjoyed by all those present, both young and old.

This is the second edition of the Festival, which opened on Friday and closes this evening, organised by the Gozo Film Club, with Federico Chini, who is responsible for this festival, and the support of the Directorate -Tourism and Economic Development within the same Ministry.Children have fun with the art of filmmaking at Gozo Film FestivalThe free of charge event has been promoting Gozitan, Maltese and international filmmakers. A total of 41 short films have been shown over the weekend including 9 productions from Malta and Gozo.

The Festival closes this evening with 5 short films at Saint John’s Demi-Bastion on a outdoor screen at 8.30pm. Children under the age of 5 should be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over.

Then at 9.10pm at the same venue, the film is `Treasure in Malta,’ once again, children under the age of 5 should be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over.

Photographs by Alain Salvary

  • Permalink: Children have fun with the art of filmmaking at Gozo Film Festival
  • You may also like...

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *