After the screening of their film essay “Crossed Paths” at the BFI Southbank, the film club team provided a Q&A to the audience and the BFI Film Education team. To some, like their teacher, this is an even more powerful indication of what they achieved than the final film itself.
There are not many film makers who can say they screened their first film in an international film festival at the age of 13, but the London Nautical School Film Club did just that at the public screening of their film as part of a programme of 5 films screened on Sunday 22 June 2014 at the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
Here is a capture of their Q&A session afterwards.
To premiere in a cinema in the Edinburgh International Film Festival on 21-23 June 2014, this is the London Nautical School Film Club’s Final Film Essai, produced after a year-long investigation into the art of the “Long Take”:
Shot 2, Take 1:
Shot 2, Take 2:
Shot 2, Take 3: