Welcome to Harwich Festival 2017
This year we celebrate our local talent and the unique beauty of our landscape, history and heritage while still attracting the very best performances and exhibitions in spoken word, visual art, dance and a wide range of music.
We also showcase the outcomes from our wider community activities such as Write Away, Stories, Poems and Reminiscence, 20 by 20 Project, Harwich Shorts, Up To 20 and Urban Sewing Project which demonstrates that the Harwich Festival now provides platforms from which artists, young people and the wider community can develop their artistic output and interest.
During the 11 days of the Festival there will be something for everyone and lots you have not seen before. Come along, get involved and be entertained.
Peter Davis Artistic Director Harwich Festival
Harwich Film Shorts, part of the
Harwich Festival of the Arts 2017
Calling all local independent filmmakers of any age, you are invited to submit short films on any subject, and be part of the Harwich Festival of the Arts 2017 in June, for screening at the Mayflower Centre and the Electric Palace.
We are looking for filmmakers who are exploring digital filmmaking in creative ways.
Cut-and-paste films, narrative films, art and animation films, computer generated films, films on nature, landscape, seascape; using all types of film making devices including mobile phones, films made to upload to Youtube, bridging cameras, Tablets, digital movie camera’s, drones and computers.
Only 3 rules
(to be confirmed) at the Mayflower Project & The Electric Palace in Harwich.
Submission closes by the end of April.
Contact John Theobald on email@example.com for further details,
and be on the Harwich Film Shorts listing and receive updates as they occur.
Interested Groups can request a short workshop for demonstrations and advice.Read More