On your mark, get set, film

CineVic presents Film Slam in the historic Vic Theatre March 31.

Next weekend is CineVic’s speedy film competition.

Filmmakers receive their scripts Thursday and the public can go and see the completed films on March 31.

This year CineVic is pleased to present Film Slam in the historic Vic Theatre. The event will be hosted by the erudite and always classy Derwin Blanshard.

Up to 10 teams are competing for the top prize of a weekend shoot with CineVic’s new Red Scarlet camera.

Male and female performance prizes will be awarded. The winner of the writer’s prize will also be announced.

Tickets, $12, are available at CineVic, Lyle’s Place, and at the door (no minors).

For more information go to cinevic.ca.

 

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