Bradford Council's 10th Annual Film and Animation Competition 2014

The ‘Film and Animation Competition’ is an annual event open to Bradford primary schools that subscribe to the Curriculum Innovation team’s premium services and all special schools. The event is designed to showcase the digital media work created by pupils over the last academic year.

The competition final is a black tie event held at the National Media Museum’s Pictureville Cinema where all short-listed entries are shown on the big screen.  Children, teachers and parents are invited to make up the audience and vote for the winners who are presented with an Oscar and a prize.

This year’s final will be held on the afternoon of Tuesday 8 July.

There are three age ranges for the competition - Key Stage 1, Year 3/4 and Year 5/6. Entries are split into categories as follows - visual story, animation and film. The category ‘visual story’ expands on the Photostory 3 category from previous years. Entries for this category combine images and sounds into a short film using any software including Photostory 3.

We also introduced a new photograph category in 2013This year each school can enter one quality photograph per age range based on the theme of 'My School’.  Note - schools must have entered at least one other category to take part in the photography category.

If your school would like to take part please visit The Innovation Centre website for further information and to register your interest or contact Sarah Hawkins.  Please note the closing date to register your school to take part is Friday 9 May and completed entries need to be submitted by 20 June.


Published: 01/05/2014
Audience: Headteachers, ICT Subject Leaders
Contact: Sarah Hawkins

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