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BISS Puxi Best Film Awards

08 maart 2017

The annual Shanghai Student Film Festival celebrates its 10th year in 2017. The city-wide celebration of student filmmaking will bring together students from across the city to take part in filmmaking activities, workshops and collaborative filming projects. It will also feature an awards show recognising the best in student films.

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More than 30 BISS students will be attending this year’s festival on 17th and 18th March, while Mr Ekkel is serving as the festival president this year. Students will take part in filmmaking workshops hosted by Vancouver Film School and collaborate in filmmaking with students from other schools.

Several BISS students have entered their films for awards consideration. All of the following films will be also shown at the event, while judges will create a shortlist in each category in advance of the festival.
The shortlisted films will be announced next week.

Good luck to all our student filmmakers!

Films entered:

IB Final Film category:
FINDING SERENITY by Tatum Navidi, Chloe Liddiard & Cerys Verity Amm (Year 13)
KINDNESS NEEDS NO TRANSLATION by Lyanne Kee (Year 13)
SAFE & SOUND by Kirsty Tytherleigh & Megan Edwards (Year 13)

High School Drama:
BLOODY MARY by Alastair Choo, Alastair Edwards, Agata Muskała & Maaike van Tilborg (Year 11)
LENS by Julia Smieszak (Year 12)
PRESSURE by Sarah Hughes (Year 12)
WHITE LIES by Julia Smith, Claudia Jolly, Emma Boogaard & Jennifer Kim (Year 11)

High School Horror/Thriller:
MIDNIGHT DAYDREAM by Pearse McGuigan (Year 12)
PSYCHOPATH by Lyanne Kee (Year 13)

High School Documentary category:
LOSING LIBERTIES by Ella Kelly, Ella Baker & Linsey Lee (Year 11)
PROJECT PARKOUR by Philip Matsson & Alex Huang (Year 11)
A SUFFOCATED CITY by Simon Sørensen, Moritz Frankholz & Michael Wu (Year 11)

High School Music Video category:
BEING BUSY by Jack Timms (Year 10)
CAROUSEL by Yuen Ning Chang, Chloe Ngan & Ivy Chen (Year 10)
LEGO HOUSE by Grace Lin, Daniel Hawkins & Ting Yu Tsao (Year 10)
SECRET BASE by Jenny Chen, Sohyeon Kim & Cindy Jiang (Year 10)
THIS TOWN by Mia Crockart & Isabel Lilliestielke (Year 10)

High School Action/Sci-Fi:
A LINE IN THE SAND by Quinten Kusters

Staff, students and parents will have the chance to see our film work at our own school awards ceremony – the 2017 BFAs. This red carpet event will be held on Tuesday 18 April – put the date in your diary!

Rus Ekkel, Head of Film and Media

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