Media pieces impress
- Credit: Archant
FILMS, magazines and photographs impressed visitors and judges at Nailsea School’s media and photography showcase.
The event celebrated the achievements of the school’s photography students as well as GCSE and A-level work in websites, print media and film.
Nailsea School is a specialist in technology and media arts and visitors were able to browse the students’ print media and websites before attending a screening of film work.
Work was judged by the audience as well as several professionals in the publishing, photography, advertising and film industry.
Karen Beland, a programme maker for the BBC, Channel 5 and US broadcasters, said: “The standard of work was really impressive.
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“In all honesty, some of those students would give directors working in the industry right now a real run for their money. It bodes well for the future of the TV and film industry.”
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