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Stories Explode at Youth Film and Theatre Festival


Stories Explode at Youth Film and Theatre Festival

Young performers and filmmakers will compete for supremacy at the Phase 1 Youth Theatre and Film Festival in West Auckland on Saturday 31 August at Corban Estate Arts Centre, as part of this year’s Going West Books and Writers’ Festival.

The Phase 1 festival, only in its third year, is shaping up to include the highest standard of original theatre and film-making seen yet at the festival, and is funded once again by Creative Communities. “This year’s event offers a fresh platform for many young people with undiscovered talents, to take their creative energy to the stage and onto film” says Jay Williams, Director Phoenix Performing Arts, based at Corban Estate.

Find attached a full media release, programme of events and images attached to this email. The programme is also available on our website: www.ceac.org.nz

Location: Corban Estate Arts Centre. 2 Mt Lebanon Lane, Henderson Auckland
Film Night: Thursday 29 August, 7pm
Theatre Night: Friday 30 August, 7pm
Gala Night: Saturday 31 August, 7pm

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