Winners announced at Clevedon School film awards ceremony
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Gifted young filmmakers have been given awards.
Clevedon School, in Valley Road, held the C’Oscars for different house teams which had put together their own six-minute take on classic movies.
Walton house’s budget-friendly version of Ghostbusters swept the board picking up four awards, although Conygar house picked up the prize for best picture.
Year 11 student Simon Foster used green screen technology to turn teachers into flying ghosts, earning him the special effects award, while Marlon McDermott was named best director.
Headteacher Jim Smith said: “These C’oscars at Clevedon School are always incredibly popular and perhaps this year’s winners topped the best of all time.
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“Students are wonderfully talented and also had brilliant fun in producing their film creations.”
The results will count towards Clevedon School’s house championship.
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