exposures: new talent in moving image – 2010

The UK’s largest festival of student moving image work promises days and nights of excitement with screenings, special events and social gatherings – featuring the nation’s most outstanding new creative talent.

Learn how to animate, pitch a documentary, develop your script and much, much more over the three days at Cornerhouse.

All events/screenings are £3.50/£3.00 concs and tickets will be available from Fri 22 Oct via this website, over the phone and in person at Box Office, so book early to avoid disappointment!

Take a peak at the trailer here…

 

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