ORGANISERS of the Kula Film Awards 2013 are impressed with the show's success.
Fiji Audio Visual Commission acting CEO Florence Swamy said the six special schools that participated in the Tuckers Ice-Cream Fijiwood Dance competition were in top form and their efforts were commendable.
"The competition included special schools and the special schools all performed on a level playing field and a level category with normal schools and it really captured the theme," Mrs Swamy said.
Nineteen schools took part on Friday, six were special schools; 28 schools took part in the film category alongside 19 amateur film-makers.
"We are very pleased with the event and the way it turned out and we're particularly pleased with the quality of productions," she said.
"So overall, we are very excited with the level of talent that people have.
"This year we decided to get in a new category which included the special schools.
"And I am so pleased that we got them on board for they displayed talent and brilliant messages through their participation."
The show continued last night with members of the public gathering at the Tattersall Leisure Centre for more entertainments from those wanting to be part of the film industry in the near future.