Screening Pupils’ Films at the National Media Museum.

Backdrop ppt for Pictureville screening

On Friday over three hundred children attended the Pictureville Cinema at the National Media Museum. We were treated to films from all of the schools who took part in our Media Literacy Project this year. The event was a great success. Parents, pupils and teachers were so excited to see their films on the enormous screen in the plush surroundings of this beautiful cinema. Each school voted for their top three films to show at the screening, they also sent three pupils out to the front to explain how they made their film and to pass on tips to their fellow film makers.

 

Media Literacy screening on PhotoPeach

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One Response to Screening Pupils’ Films at the National Media Museum.

  1. Sarah Mumford says:

    Brilliant. So pleased to see so many had the opportunity to see their films on the big screen at the National Media Museum. The teachers and pupils should be rightly proud of all they have achieved throughout this year. The film literacy project was praised and profiled at the Pockets of Excellence: Film Education in Yorkshire and the Humber event organised in Sheffield by CapeUK today. Bradford and Lincolnshire teachers are blaizing film literacy trails across their local authorities and there is national interest in gathering the evidence of the effect of this work on children’s literacy attainment levels. The project is mentioned and highlighted as an exemplary approach to teaching and learning in the CapeUK report Pockets of Excellence: Film Education in Yorkshire & the Humber which can be found here: http://www.capeuk.org/capeuk-resources/pockets-of-excellence-film-education-in-yorkshire-and-the-humber.html

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