TUNBRIDGE WELLS: A double BAFTA award-winning TV producer is calling on aspiring filmmakers to enter Tunbridge Wells festival Fusion 2013's film competition.
Tim Edmunds is throwing his weight behind the competition, which will benefit chYps, Children's Hospice at Home.
Mr Edmunds, who produced the children's show Art Attack and other television favourites, will judge the short films at a semi-final on September 7 at 6pm at Trinity. The public can buy tickets to attend.
Mr Edmund, who won two BAFTAs for Art Attack and a Royal Television Award for Zzzap, said: I am delighted to be a judge and encourage those who are passionate about their filmmaking to get involved and enter a competition which will help chYps, a charity which needs to raise more than Pounds 1 million every year.
A shortlist of films will go forward to a final on October 26 at the Assembly Hall, and the final winner will receive a Pounds 1,000 prize. For more information on how to enter or buy tickets for the film night, visit www.fusiontw.com Band Toploader have announced they are super excited to be playing at the Fusion street festival on July 27 in Tunbridge Wells.
Perhaps best known for Dancing in the Moonlight, the band is touring summer festivals in the UK and touring Germany and Switzerland.
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