The FITV Student Film Festival showcased the creativity of the local community through film.
This year, the film festival took place at the Gleason Performing Arts Center and lasted a span of two days.
The festival accepted films based on 7 categories, being action, drama, comedy, documentary, meme, horror and sci-fi/fantasy.
Together with the showing of the films, the festival incorporated segments like Film Talk, where they discussed the many aspects of film and its importance.
Other segments included Spotlight, in which winners from last year’s festival were showcased and Trivia, where the audience was questioned on their film knowledge.
The festival ended with the awards.
Each film was judged prior to the showing and their results were revealed at the end of the festival.
The awards were given to the first and second place in each category and also best film of the festival, that being “Waltz of Despondency”, by director Cedieu Gantt-Exavier.
The awards included a trophy, filming equipment and also movie passes for Premiere Oaks, for anyone involved in the making of the films submitted.