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The 25th Great Northern Festival will be held on 29th November to
1st December 2019
The Great Northern Audio Visual Festival is held on the first weekend in December
every year. It is a weekend of Entertainment, Competition and Learning for all Audio
Visual enthusiasts. Including :-
The Great Northern Competition
The New Horizons Competition
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In order to encourage newcomers and the less experienced AV worker to enter and attend
the Festival The New Horizons Competition is a restricted category for those authors
who have not previously won awards in a major competition. Authors will be given
verbal feedback on the day from the Judges and written feedback after the Competition.
New Horizons Competition
The main competition is open to all residents of Great Britain, including Northern & Southern Ireland, and overseas residents if they are attending.
Great Northern Competition
For supporting The 25th Great Northern Festival we are extremely grateful to :-
Ken began making films back in 1968 at the age of 16. At first these were the usual
family films then comedies, thrillers and animated films using plasticine. Disillusioned
with the end product, Ken stopped for a while, then re-started and tried again. This
happened three times until he met wife-to-be Carol in 1984 who encouraged him to
make films once again. This was the fourth attempt to make quality films, hence the
name, Phase 4.
PAGB Patronage applied for
Download PDF Brochure with Full Details of the weekend Download xls Booking Form to return Electronically
Download PDF Booking Form to Print & return by Post Closing Date 27th October
Friday 29th November - Evening Speaker Ken & Carol Wilson - Phase 4 Films
Over the past 35 years they have made many more films, winning awards in regional
and national competitions, including thrillers, comedies, dramas and science fiction.
Starting their own business in 2004 making wedding videos as well as recording many
other events, but writing, filming and editing Phase 4 Films remains very much a
keen interest. Ken has written for the IAC’s Film and Video Maker magazine for over
15 years with regular articles coving all aspects of film making, including the trials
and tribulations encountered in the process.
This is a talk not to be missed and will be of interest to both AV workers and Film