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Year 12 students’ video exploring the definition of peace wins two awards in the Korean Institute for Future and Religion’s video contest

Last month, Year 12 Regents students Young Seo and Lucy took their video editing skills to the next level, winning the Grand Prize and the President of the National Council of Youth Organization in Korea Award for their entry in the 12th IFRUVIC video contest.

The video entries for the contest were assessed by a panel of judges made up of film directors, media artists, authors, university professors and most impressively, the CEO of the Seoul Independent Film Festival. 

Competing against other 13-18 year olds, the pair worked together to produce a 5 minute video highlighting the theme of Peace and Humanism, with a focus on diversity and community. Just before the December break, Young Seo and Lucy set out to interview and film students and teachers within the Secondary School for their personal definition of peace. 

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Young Seo credits her success to the help and support that she received from her peers and teachers, as well as her enjoyment in editing and directing videos, a passion that developed all the way back from when she was in Primary School. 

“We had a week to film with the teachers and students and they were very cooperative and positive throughout the entire process. I am very grateful for their help.”

Ms Amos Turner-Wardell, Head of Secondary praises the students on their fantastic accomplishment:

“When Young Seo came to me with her idea about entering the competition, I thought it was an ambitious challenge, however her and Lucy were organised, passionate and committed. They pulled it together with an amazing thread as you will see in the video and I am honoured to have been a part of it. I am so proud of both the girls and the prize is well deserved!” Ms Amos Turner-Wardell, Head of Secondary

We hope that you will join us in congratulating Young Seo and Lucy on their impressive achievement!