Institute of Contemporary Arts celebrates young filmmakers

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Institute of Contemporary Arts celebrates young filmmakers

Some of the nation's most talented young artists and filmmakers are being celebrated at the Institute of Contemporary Arts.

It's all part of Playback, an exhibition and festival, featuring more than 300 short films made by 16-24 year-olds.

Matty Crawford and Anita Safowaa are among those whose work is being screened.

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