The results are in and we can now announce the finalists for the Childnet Film Competition 2016!
Shortlisted for their creative short films that inspire young people to #shineonline and use technology positively and safely, the shortlisted schools and youth groups are….
- Arundale Primary School – Times have changed
- Hamstel Junior School – How we can shine online
- The WOW Zone – Mrs Pineapple learns to shine
- Bartholemew School – Shine Online
- Westminster Academy – How we shine online
- Wren Academy – Hash and Tag
Congratulations to all of the finalists - and every young person who entered the competition - for their incredibly creative and inspiring films!
The finalists will be invited to a showcase event and private screening at London’s BFI where they will be awarded great prizes for their creative achievements, including a DSLR camera and other film equipment, and the winners will be announced by a panel of judges including the BBFC, BFI and BBC.
Founded in 2010 as a way of asking young people to focus on positive use of the internet, the Childnet Film Competition is an inclusive creative learning project, open to all educational settings across the UK, delivered as part of Childnet's work as the UK Safer Internet Centre.
As Childnet Education Projects Officer, Becky Nancarrow, said “Childnet’s Film Competition is a brilliant opportunity to showcase young people’s digital creativity and celebrate the positive power of technology. With over a hundred entries, it is inspiring to see so many children and young people across the UK getting involved to show how they can Shine Online.”
All the finalists films will be available to view on our website and YouTube after the 18th July.