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elearning@luton Film is Highly Commended at National Awards
elearning@luton Film is Highly Commended at National Awards

A film produced by Luton Primary School pupils at elearning@luton has been Highly Commended at a National Awards Ceremony. "It's All Your Fault", a short film made using a combination of live action and animated footage, was created by a group of pupils as part of the Luton Cineclub Cluster. The pupils met regularly at the centre as part of a national programme over the course of a year to learn about film making and film appreciation. Earlier in the programme, the young people filmed and edited a short documentary to celebrate the first year of Luton In Harmony.

"It's All Your Fault" was scripted as a modern day fable and tells the story of a young eskimo attempting to help a family of lost polar bears. The film was especially challenging as the young people involved decided to narrate the film in Portugese. As well as the demands of filming live actors in silhouette against an animated background and interacting with "virtual" ploar bears, the filmmakers also had to add subtitles to their work and record a high quality soundtrack combining vocals with music.

The film was made entirely at elearning@luton with the support of centre staff. Pupils used Apple Macs, The Television Studio, Red Room and Live Room to film and edit their work and the programs iMovie, Kahootz, and Garageband. The pupils involved were from Ferrars Junior, Icknield Primary, St Joseph's Junior, St Margaret Of Scotland Primary and Tennyson Road Primary Schools. The film was showcased at the National Cineclub Awards at the BFI Southbank and is available to view below on the Cineclub website.
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