Young film makers premiere work at Odyssey film festival

Tuesday, 28 November 2017

Our region’s best young film makers are set to show off their work at the Odyssey Geelong Film Festival this Saturday night.

The festival, held at Village Cinema Geelong, will showcase 16 short films made by Year 12 Media Studies students from 10 schools across Geelong, the Bellarine and the Surfcoast.

Judges will also award the best film on the night and audience members can rate each film and vote for their favourite by downloading the Odyssey App, by Christopher McDermott.

The entrants come from Belmont High School, Christian College, Geelong High School, Grovedale College, Kardinia International College, Lara Secondary College, Sacred Heart College, St Joseph’s College, Surf Coast Secondary College and The Geelong College.

Bruce Harwood - Mayor

The Odyssey film festival is a great opportunity for young people to show off their creativity and talent in a friendly and supportive environment.

The City is proud to support initiatives that engage more of our community in arts and cultural activities in line with our commitment to a clever and creative future.

Make sure you support Geelong’s future stars of cinema this weekend!