St. Livrade-sur-Lot. College students introduced “Primary Colors” in Utopia

St. Livrade-sur-Lot.  College students introduced “Primary Colors” in Utopia

On Monday 3 July, students of the Artistic Workshop for Cinema at Paul Froment College presented their short film “Primary Colors” at Cinema Utopia, surrounded by their teachers: Cécile Paniagua and Camille Turcat.

The Paul Froment College of Saint-Lévride is the only college in New Aquitaine that participates in the international film education program “Cinema of a Hundred Years of Youth”.

Surrounded by 40 workshops (Finnish, Bulgarian, Portuguese, Japanese, Greek…). Screened at Ciné 104 in Pantin on June 22, their film is distinguished from other international Workshop creations, by its theme but also by its play of colour.

The questions of the young people from the audience were numerous but above all very relevant. Primary Colors encourages thinking about posting videos on social networks and the image we present to others afterwards.

At the end of the performance, Alexander Anton, the director of the cinema, invites the audience to pose their questions in front of the pupils who are slightly intimidated, but nonetheless proud of their work.

They wanted to thank Louise Pages, Director and Workshop Partner. A great way to end the school year for these budding principals, half of whom are present today and hope to continue venturing into high school next year.

Perhaps the gold palms of the future in the making?

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