Hackney Community College's film makers make it to the Big Screen
Posted 27th May 2012
Hackney Community College’s students stole the show at Hackney’s Film Factory 2012. A superb opportunity to showcase their work on the big screen at Hackneys historic Rio Cinema
Students from across Hackney were invited to put forward films to be screened at Film Factory 2012, at the Rio Cinema in Dalston.
If you missed this preview of the students’ films, don’t worry! Go to HCC media students’ YouTube channel
The films on show at the Rio showcased the professional, skilled approach of Hackney Community College’s up-and-coming media talent, including video installations and narrative short films from first year students and imaginative music videos from the second years.
Anna Johnson, media co-ordinator at the College was full of praise for the students: “It was a fantastic day and such an inspiration for the year 1 and 2 students to see the films they have made as part of their BTEC National in Creative Media Production and Art and Design courses on the large screen in such a wonderful venue. The students were all very proud to see their creations.”
Curtain call. HCC’s media students after the Rio show
The films were made as part of their course taught by Anna Johnson, Pete Masella, Barry Stead and Nicola Godlieb.
David Wheeler, Media Consultant at The Learning Trust commented: “Over the last two years of Film Factory the BTEC students at HCC have made a great contribution to the screening both in terms of the quantity and quality of films. The interesting topics, imagination and high level of skills in shooting and editing is most impressive and well reflects the talents and hard work of the students and staff.”
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