Budding filmmaker from Battersea gets big screen premiere at British Film Institute
A budding filmmaker from Battersea got a taste of the big time when she had her own movie premiered on the big screen at the British Film Institute.
Kerrianne Taylor, 19, worked with award-winning producers from around the world at a day-long workshop at London's Southbank on Tuesday.
She was given advice on how to create short films before producing her own video using Microsoft’s Windows Live Movie Maker.
Kerrianne, from Honeywell Road, worked with other teenagers from in and around the capital to make a comedy about employees in a boardroom trying to come up with new ideas for a business.
Kerrianne, a second year media production student at the University of Bedfordshire, said: “I've wanted to work in the media or films for five years - and this is the first chance I have had to show my work on the big screen.
“I would love to be an actress but I think it is also important to learn how to write, direct and edit too. Hopefully one day I'll be walking down the red carpet in a glamorous dress on the way to my blockbuster film.”
The film was screened to a packed auditorium of industry professionals as part of the London Film Festival.