FILM students who graduated this summer are to see their work on the silver screen in the Potteries.
A selection of pieces by Staffordshire University film graduates will be shown tomorrow evening at Stoke's Film Theatre.
Ray Johnson, director of Staffordshire Film Archive, said the students' work would also be helping to launch the archive's popular autumn programme.
He added: They are a mix of drama, documentary, experimental and animated films. The show starts tomorrow at 7.45pm and will also feature Stoke Cine and Video Society as special guests.
Archive screenings take place every Wednesday at the Film Theatre and are open to the general public.
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