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Malta Youth Film Festival launched

The launch has been announced of the Malta Youth Film Festival, MYFF, which will be organised by the Malta Film Foundation, Agenzija Zghazagh and the Parliamentary Secretariat for Youth, Sport and Voluntary Organisations. The festival will form part of the Malta Film Foundation’s artistic programme supported by the Cultural Partnership Agreement through the Malta Arts Council and the Malta Films Commission.

The Parliamentary Secretariat for Youths explained during a conference that the Malta Youth Film Festival is aimed at youths who are aspiring to become film producers.

The programme will include evaluation sessions after the festival. This competition is open to youths in the 16 to 30 age groups, and the closing date for submissions is Wednesday 6 April. More details are available from the electronic sites of Agenzija Zghazagh and the Malta Films Commission.

 

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