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    Media Oscar Night

    West Hatch High School hosted an Oscar Evening on Thursday 21st April, to celebrate the success, creativity and dedication of Year 12 and 13, Film and Media studies students. Students arrived via a red carpet, which led them into a journey with Superman, before being transported into the Oscar themed drama studio. The evening was dedicated to students, which had produced music videos, thriller opening sequences, storyboards and screenplays. The evening was an opportunity for students to see their work and was also an opportunity for their work to be acknowledged, within several different categories, which ranged from best cinematography, most original music video and most improved student.

    Students took their seats, with their popcorn in their hands and awaited for the presenters to start the evening. Miss Georgiou and Miss Miller were the presenters of the evening and awarded students with Oscar trophies for different categories. In true Oscar spirit, each award consisted of different nominees, before the winner was announced. The audience also witnessed an array of montage images to demonstrate why each production was nominated, before the winner was finally announced.

    And the winners were…

    • Best cinematography within a music video- Molly Emmerson, Claire Golightly and Sara Sheriff “Salvation”
    • Best editing within a music video-Mikaeel Khaliq and Harry Osborn “I Know”
    • Best original music video- Jemimah Ali, Bettie Cooper, Jessica McCullagh and Rishika Sohal “Wings”
    • Most conventional artist representation in a music video- Amy Sowerby “Salvation”
    • Best cinematography within a thriller- Luca Khan, John Mavideniz, Ciara Ratican and Sasha Walledge “Imprisoned”
    • Best editing within a thriller- Layla Boudaboussa, Leo Ly and Samara Stevenson “The Clown”
    • Most conventional thriller- Nojus Cinkus “Blacklist”
    • Most conventional screenplay- Stephen Noorshargh “Diary of a solider”
    • Most conventional storyboard- Luca Khan “Ports in the Storm”
    • Outstanding contribution to Media studies- Kerry Boyne
    • Outstanding contribution to Film studies- Charlie Stewart
    • Most improved Media studies student- Claire Golightly
    • Most improved Film studies student- Tyler Osman

     

    The evening was an overall success and students appreciated the hard work and commitment that had gone into organising and arranging the evening and Year 12 students are already looking forward to next year.