3in6 Film competition

by Danny Gesundheit

The 3in6 Film Competition makes a grand return after a three-year lull!

On Monday May 22nd, the popular 3in6 film competition made a grand return to Kew High school after a three-year lull. Over 60 students from all year levels participated in the day. The two clues (I.D. card and the phrase ‘A.S.A.P.’ (as soon as possible)) were revealed in the morning – via a film made by the teachers. Students in their groups had to script, shoot and edit their films by the end of the day. They had to ensure that the two clues were embedded in their films. By 4.30pm, 14 films were submitted for judging! The students behaved impeccably. They were focussed and worked liked professional film crews. Well-done all for an outstanding effort! The winning films will be revealed in a screening on Tuesday 11th July in the library. Prizes and awards will be given to the winners and the runners-up. Hope to see everyone in the library on the red/grey-blue carpet!

Here’s lookin’ at you, kid!

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