Moving Image Awards
The A level Media Production work, of two former students Selin Pun and Katie Pearson have been acknowledged and shortlisted for the Moving Image awards.
Both students who completed their A levels last summer, created amazing animations as part of their A level coursework.
Katie Pearson’s creation “Geoff’s Return” is a story of a boy whose dog; Geoff; goes missing and the boy sees the dog reappear and they relive memories they had together, just to wake up without his dog as it was just a dream, before the actual return of his dog. Katie researched and took inspiration from “Steamboat Willie” the Mickey Mouse animation and a Mr. Bean animation.
Selin Pun has been Highly Commended for her animation “When I’m Gone”. Her animation is both emotional and thought provoking as it centres around something most people fear, death. Selin’s animation was inspired by a short story by Rafeak Zoehler.
The award ceremony is taking place on the 8th February 2019, at the British Film Institute (Southbank, London). The ceremony aims to celebrate the best work created by students aged 14-19 at schools and colleges throughout the UK.
This is fantastic news for these two creative former students, well done Selin and Katie.