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Be Creative competition - entry reminder

Discussion in 'Media studies' started by film_ed, Dec 12, 2011.

  1. Hi all -
    If you're taking part in Film Education's Be Creative
    competition - the student production competition for 11-19 year olds,
    with prizes including iPads for the winners and £5,000 for the winner's
    school - remember entries close January 20th 2012.
    With a brief
    to create a campaign encouraging respect, support and celebration of the
    best of the UK film and TV industry, in the form of a filmed ad, poster
    or radio camapign, the competition aims to celebrate students' creative
    talent.
    The supporting resources are up on the TES or you can visit Film Ed's Be Creative website for more details.

    Good luck to all the entrants!
    Film Education team
     
  2. Hi all -
    If you're taking part in Film Education's Be Creative
    competition - the student production competition for 11-19 year olds,
    with prizes including iPads for the winners and £5,000 for the winner's
    school - remember entries close January 20th 2012.
    With a brief
    to create a campaign encouraging respect, support and celebration of the
    best of the UK film and TV industry, in the form of a filmed ad, poster
    or radio camapign, the competition aims to celebrate students' creative
    talent.
    The supporting resources are up on the TES or you can visit Film Ed's Be Creative website for more details.

    Good luck to all the entrants!
    Film Education team
     

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