Year 9 students from Cambridge School, Hammersmith took part in a film-making course. Here are some of the results.

The course was run through the Art Department and the aim was to produce films of roughly ten seconds in length.

The project was supported by Hammersmith and Fulham Urban Studies Centre through their partnership with Children and Neighbourhoods in London.



THE HUMAN SHOW
A stop-motion animation by Georgia, turning the tables on our relationship with sealife.

 



THE TORTOISE AND THE HARE
The stop-motion automobile version by Craig.


THE SLEEPY OWL
Joe uses stop-motion to warn us of the dangers of sleeping on the job.

 


THE UGLY CATERPILLAR
Real-time animation from Jodian. Well you know what happens!

THE CHEMISTRY EXPERIMENT
Even the best school in London can't get it right everytime. A group project.


HUMPTY DUMPTY
Charlene tells us that the King's men actually could p[ut humpty together again.


THE LOVE DOCTOR [extract]
The Governator asks for advice in this extract from a group project.


THE BIG QUESTION [extract]
Various people answer the big question in this extract from the group project, News of the Day.

 

 
Two Year 8 students, Charlie and Lisa, scripted, filmed, edited and produced Neville the Vet - a short interview in under two hours.
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