Fast films providelocal edge

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Shayne Thomson filming his short film Vic the Treasure Hunter.
Camera IconShayne Thomson filming his short film Vic the Treasure Hunter. Credit: Kandy Curran, Supplied

Local filmmakers were given just two days to make two-minute short films and photo stories last weekend with the reward a screening event at Matso’s Brewery on May 20.

The 2 in 2 Film Festival and Photo Stories event took place as part of the 2018 Shinju Fringe Festival.

Broome Community Resource Centre provided the base for skilled help on planning, filming and editing their short films and photo stories.

Seven filmmaking and photo story teams then showcased their efforts to an enthusiastic audience of 80, followed by a Q&A session detailing how and why the films were made, before moving on to fine-tune their work for the Mud and Saltwater Short Film Fest in August.

The photo stories were also well received.

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