2014 SECONDARY SCHOOLS' SHORT-FILM FESTIVAL (SSSFF)


VOTING ENDS 23 SEPT at NOON!


PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED TO SCHOOLS AND YOUNG FILM-MAKERS IN THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES:


— BG Trinidad and Tobago - Award for Best Cultural Film
— Phoenix Park Gas Processors Limited - Award for Best Social Awareness Film
— Maracas Valley Action Committee - Award for Best Environmental Film
— MovieTowne - Best Open Theme Film
— First Citizens' - Best Overall Film
— Best Actor
— Best Actress
— Best Original Score
— People's Choice Award

 

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