The short, dystopian film, created by Callywith's second year vocational Creative Media Production & Technology students and starring Drama/Media AS student, Louie Greensmith, has been selected by Into Film to appear at a variety of venues across the South West.
Jane Coulter, from Into Film, said: "Blink is a brave and memorable film that creates a close and claustrophobic atmosphere effectively using colour and sound to build tension. The sci-fi, Orwellian world created is scarily realistic and the comment on use and dependency of technology is cleverly explored and would not seem out of place in a not too distant future."
Into Film celebrates and encourages students nationally to get into film-making and the showcase is aimed at celebrating the “exceptional talent” of young film-makers 16-19 across the South West.
Student director, Lucas Hocking, who is heading to Bristol Uni in September to study film production, said: "Making Blink together in such a short time from an original script really tested our skills. It's great to get this praise from the judges."