Lost & Found Films of Norfolk

Saturday 21 & Sunday 22 May, 12noon - 5pm

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Artists collaborating with 10 – 13 year olds  in Norfolk have created Lost & Found Films of Norfolk – short films that tell the story of imagined fictitious events from the past, present or future of Norfolk.

The films will be running in The Gallery, The Forum from 12noon – 5pm on Saturday 21 & Sunday 22 May. No need to book – just come along to watch the films and discover Norfolk through the eyes of its youngest inhabitants!

Lost & Found Films of Norfolk has been supported by Norwich Freemen’s Charity, the Arts Society Norwich, The Ellerdale Trust, The Fuller Endowment Fund, The Geoffrey Watling Charity & North Norfolk District Council.

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Image Credit: Norfolk & Norwich Festival © Robbie Maloney

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