Two Film Students and The Fuji-Film Scholarship

Gainsborough, John
June 1987
Image Technology;Jun1987, Vol. 69 Issue 6, p284
Trade Publication
The article provides an author's feedback on the two students, Lynne Yeo and Tina Burton of North East London Polytechnic, who were producing their motion picture to be entered for the Fuji-Film Scholarship in Great Britain. He notes that both students were pleased to talk about their production, a story revolving round a boat trip on the Thames with a seven day shooting schedule. He added that both students are well aware that the lack of funding are due to cuts in central government fundings.


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