The Movie Making Option class presented a short film festival to a packed house this afternoon.
Over the past three weeks, teacher Nicky and her movie making students have been busy producing a series of short films based on ‘Destination Noosa’. Today they presented them as a ‘short film festival’ with Senior teacher Annette and Marketing Director Aimee judging the entries.
Everyone enjoyed the entries and the judging was hard, with the prize finally going to Carmen, Aylin, Giulia and Affas. Hugh was awarded a special entry prize for producing an excellent solo effort.
Congratulations to Sultan, Affas, Aziz, Zaid, Guilia, Carmen, Aylin, Jinuk, Yolanda and Hugh and teacher Nicky Fernandez
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Our new Cambridge First preparation students all turned out for the first ‘weekly workshop’ today.
Teacher Michelle presented a very welcome overview of verb tenses to get them on the right track for the twelve weeks ahead. Week 1 and all happy. Will they be there next week or choose to go to the beach? Wait and see.