For the first time in the history of the Reggae Film Festival, entries from the RBC Make a Film in 24 Hours Competition will be seen on local TV screens immediately after they are received at the close of the competition.
Flow has partnered with the Reggae Film Festival and will broadcast the short film entries on Flow TV (Flow Channel 100) starting today April 18. The screenings will continue until the close of the festival.
"The 24-hour film competition is an important part of the Reggae Film Festival as it is the vehicle through which young Jamaican film-makers are able to showcase their skills. It is important for these films to have an audience, so we are delighted that Flow decided to partner with us and enable all Jamaicans to enjoy and appreciate the talent and creativity that abounds in our local film industry," said Barbara Blake-Hannah, chairperson of the Reggae Film Festival.