Cameras roll for prodigies
A GROUP of talented Year 6 students at St Francis of Assisi School are taking the world of film by storm.
The young filmmakers have beaten 2500 kids in the KidzFlicks international festival competition last year, taking home two awards for best direction and best film by a school. The group submitted a hilarious parody video of the popular Bear Grylls Man vs Wild series, calling it Hare Pylls vs. Wild focusing on the challenges of everyday school life.
After such a positive experience, Year 5 student Vinaal Lal encouraged other kids to get involved in this year’s festival.
KidzFlicks is again calling for entries from across Western Sydney for the 2016 competition.
Director Jacqueline Cosgrove said: “‘We need young voices from Western Sydney.
“KidzFlicks has a significant audience so speak up loud and proud, and send your stories into the festival so that we can share them with Sydney and the rest of the world. We want to hear what you have to say.”
The competition is open to children aged three to 12, and entries close on December 16.
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St Francis of Assisi School students Clara Naeim, Miguel Tuazon, Vinaal Lal, Iris Sinsay, Abby Wasylinka and Alexander Blazeski-Lindo with their winning trophy.